Our Experience

Securities litigation is a notoriously complicated field of law, with numerous pitfalls that trip up new practitioners who do not have the foresight to see them coming. Unfortunately, this can expose you or your securities firm to substantial legal liability, and potentially even jail time.

Having experienced attorneys on your side to combat allegations of securities fraud or wrongdoing is essential. Only if your legal team has years of experience and has guided countless previous clients through the minefield that is the world of securities litigation can you rest assured that mistakes will not be made that imperil your future.

The securities litigation attorneys at the national law firm Oberheiden P.C. have that experience.

The Senior Securities Litigation Lawyers at Oberheiden P.C.

One thing in particular makes Oberheiden P.C. stand apart from other securities litigation law firms out there: All of our attorneys are senior lawyers. We do not employ any junior associates on our staff, or even any paralegals or legal secretaries. We only hire lawyers that have numerous years of experience in representing clients in securities litigation matters.

This means several things for our clients and the legal representation that they receive and can count on.

It means that all of your communication with Oberheiden P.C. goes straight to one of the senior lawyers on your case. You do not have to hope that what you tell a legal secretary will make its way up the chain of command, or that it will not get skewed before it reaches the lawyer that needs to hear it. Instead, when you call Oberheiden P.C. you talk directly with one of our senior attorneys.

It also means that all of the legal representation and all of the strategies that we develop come from seasoned legal minds. These are not ideas and lines of defense that have come from a junior associate who has just started practicing in the field of securities litigation and that a senior attorney has signed off on.

Our Investigators Also Have Lots of Experience

To help our attorneys gather evidence related to your securities litigation case, Oberheiden P.C. uses a roster of financial investigators who have decades of experience in the field. Many of them have worked for the same federal law enforcement agencies that are most likely to get involved in your case, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Department of Justice (DOJ).

With our experienced investigators doing much of the legwork and fact-finding in your case, you can rest assured that nothing will get missed and that Oberheiden P.C.’s senior attorneys have all of the information that they need to mount a vigorous defense on your behalf.

Decades Providing Securities Litigation Defense

Together, our senior attorneys and experienced investigators have spent decades fighting for securities companies and professionals who have been accused of misconduct in the financial sector. These allegations come in a wide variety of colors, and include the following white collar crimes:

These and other allegations of securities wrongdoing can crop up during:

  • Initial public offerings
  • Hostile takeovers
  • Financial filings
  • Audits
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • FINRA investigations

They can get pursued in a wide variety of ways, as well, including:

  • Class actions
  • Multidistrict litigation (MDL)
  • Criminal charges
  • Civil lawsuits
  • Whistleblower claims
  • Administrative actions

Our attorneys have experience handling all of these matters, and many more.

With Experience Comes Foresight in Your Case

Lots of lawyers tout their experience in certain areas of the law. The implication is that they have represented so many clients in the past that they know how cases tend to develop, will likely have seen something similar to your case in the past, and so have a better understanding of how to defend you.

While this is true in all fields of law, it is especially important in securities litigation because of how easily and how often cases can escalate into something far more precarious than they had started out. Civil allegations of financial misconduct can uncover evidence that is criminal in nature. Whistleblowers can successfully persuade the government to intervene in their case. Regulator audits pass information on to law enforcement agencies, who then conduct their own investigations.

When cases can change with little to no warning, you need legal representation from lawyers who can read between the lines and see the developments coming. With foresight acquired from countless cases in securities litigation – including some as prosecutors and investigators for some of the federal agencies that are most involved in securities regulation – the attorneys at Oberheiden P.C. have become adept at predicting where your case will go as it moves forward. This intuition helps them create legal defense strategies that are not just effective in the short-term; they are also likely to weather future escalations and complications.

Oberheiden P.C.: Unmatched Experience in Securities Litigation

When you or your company have been accused of financial misconduct and are facing the threat of securities litigation, you need experienced legal representation to guide you through the coming months of stress and danger. To be truly effective, that legal representation should be experienced enough to see the long-term threats that you are facing and craft defense strategies that fend off those threats before they even emerge. Only by doing so can your legal defense team protect your interests and professional future from serious consequences.

Call the securities litigation lawyers at Oberheiden P.C. at (888) 680-1745 or to contact them online to get started on your case.

Why Clients Trust Oberheiden P.C.

  • 95% Success Rate
  • 2,000+ Cases Won
  • Available Nights & Weekends
  • Experienced Trial Attorneys
  • Former Department of Justice Trial Attorneys
  • Former Federal Prosecutors, U.S. Attorney’s Office
  • Former Agents from FBI, OIG, DEA
  • Cases Handled in 48 States
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