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Alabama Securities Litigation Attorney

Birmingham Securities Litigation Attorney

Securities Litigation

The attorneys at Riley & Jackson, P.C. are experienced with all types of securities matters. We have handled claims against public companies and their officers and directors in class actions, individual suits by securities holders, and derivative lawsuits. We represent investors throughout the country.

Whether your potential securities action is based on fraud, in-

appropriate churning of your account, or the placement of your money
into unreasonably speculative or inappropriate investments, we have
the experience to bring your claims to a successful resolution either in
litigation or arbitration. We have a network of experts who will review
your account documents to determine who is at fault. We offer a
free initial consultation to evaluate if you have a case.

Representing the Interests of Investors

Our firm has been involved in some of the most significant investor
lawsuits in Alabama history:

  • Riley & Jackson, P.C., served as co-liaison counsel representing
    shareholders in the HealthSouth putative class action. In 2007,
    the shareholders and bondholders settled their claims against HealthSouth for $445,000,000. Settlements with other Defendants resulted in over $200,000,000 more for HealthSouth's shareholders. Read more about our HealthSouth case results.
  • In 2002, in what would prove to be one of a series of corporate scandals for the year, WorldCom declared the largest bankruptcy in American history. A class action against Smith Barney and its parent company followed when documents were discovered indicating that Smith Barney had caused an artificial inflation of WorldCom's stock price. The attorneys at Riley & Jackson represented hundreds of Smith Barney clients who lost millions of dollars when WorldCom's stock proved to be worthless and who opted out of the proposed class action settlement. After filing arbitration demands in more than 20 states and the District of Columbia and aggressively pursuing our clients' claims, our lawyers recovered for our clients an amount that far exceeded what the investors would have received from the class action settlement.
  • In 2010 and 2011, Riley & Jackson began representing over 100 individual investors who lost millions of dollars after purchasing Bear Stearns stock in reliance on misleading information that the company made available to the investing public prior to its collapse.

Our lawyers have also recovered for clients who lost money as a result of financial mismanagement by their brokers on a smaller scale. We represent retirees and average investors who have lost money due to misconduct by stockbroker and investment advisors.

For More Information About Securities Litigation

For more information or to schedule an initial consultation with our Birmingham securities litigation attorneys, please call 205-879-5000 or send us an e-mail via this website.

Birmingham Securities Litigation Attorney

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The attorneys of Riley & Jackson, P.C., serve clients in civil litigation throughout Alabama, including Birmingham, Hoover, Mountain Brook, Vestavia, Homewood, Pelham, Irondale, Cahaba Heights, Montgomery, Prattville, Mobile, Huntsville, Auburn, Tuscaloosa, Dothan, Troy, Gadsden, Cullman, Decatur, Athens, Selma, Fort Payne, Scottsboro, Talladega, Jefferson County, Shelby County, Montgomery County, Madison County, Walker County, Mobile County, Baldwin County, Tuscaloosa County, Lee County, Dallas County, St. Clair County, Talladega County, Clay County, Randolph County, Calhoun County, Winston County, Bibb County, Escambia County, Greene County, Pickens County, DeKalb County, Jackson County, Blount County, Cullman County, Chilton County, Morgan County, Limestone County and Butler County.


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205.879.5000

 

3530 Independence Dr.

Birmingham, AL 35209

Phone: 205-879-5000

Fax: 205-879-5901

Birmingham Law Office

 

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