Gibbs Law Group’ investment lawyers have brought a number of successful class action lawsuits on behalf of victims of various forms of investment fraud, including Ponzi schemes, pyramid schemes, and fraudulent non-traded REITs.
If you believe that you or a loved one has been the victim of investment fraud, please contact us by filling out the form to your right or calling us toll-free at (866) 981-4800 for a free and confidential consultation with one of our securities attorneys.
To learn more about our previous successes in securities lawsuits, please see below:
Potential securities law violations concerning a merger between American Realty Capital-Retail Centers of America Inc. and American Finance Trust, Inc.
Risks may not have been properly disclosed on strategic return notes that have lost 95% of their value.
Wells Fargo’s violation of its duties to Series 3 Noteholders as indenture trustee
Misrepresentation of the investment objectives of the Apple REITs, the value of the Apple REIT shares, and the Apple REITs' dividend payment policies
Fraudulent offerings of preferred stock and limited partnership interests to investors. An $80 million settlement was awarded to purchasers of investments in Medical Capital and Provident Royalties.
Securities lawsuit on behalf of Reserve Primary Fund shareholders after the net asset valuation of its shares fell below $1
Violation of federal securities laws by offering and selling notes unregistered with the SEC pursuant to false and misleading prospectuses. An $80 million settlement was awarded to purchasers of Medical Capital and Provident Royalties investments.
American Express Financial Advisors offering services for tailored financial planning and instead provided “canned” financial planning and advice designed to direct consumers to certain mutual funds. A $100 million settlement was awarded to customers.
Banks and broker-dealers misrepresenting the liquidity and risks of auction-rate securities and the resulting collapse of the auction rate securities market.
Violation of federal securities laws concerning sale of structured products and misleading statements about principal protection notes
Misleading consumers in the marketing and sale of “Express IRAs.” A $19.4 million settlement was approved, providing for the repayment of Express IRA program fees and conversion of Express IRAs to Easy IRAs with fewer fees