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Zamansky LLC is a leading securities fraud law firm
located in the heart of Wall Street.

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Investor's Champion On Wall Street

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Experienced Financial and Securities Fraud Attorney

Specializing in Financial Services Arbitration
and Securities Class Action Litigation

Zamansky LLC is a leading securities fraud law firm located in the heart of Wall Street. With more than 60 years of collective practice representing investors in securities arbitration and litigation cases against financial institutions, securities issuers, underwriters and other wrongdoers, we are nationally recognized for our ability to aggressively prosecute cases and recover investment losses. Our legal team has extensive experience counseling clients who have suffered substantial financial losses. We have recovered tens of millions of dollars in stock broker fraud matters, including securities arbitrations and class action cases against brokers, investment firms and others.

Our securities fraud and investment fraud attorneys represent all types of investors across the United States and abroad, ranging from small individual investors to sophisticated high-net-worth clients and institutions. We also represent workers in ERISA actions brought against their employers and handle a wide range of employment law cases on behalf of securities industry employees, including wage and hour claims and securities employee arbitration matters involving wrongful termination and compensation issues.

We deliver personalized attention to each of our clients, taking the time to listen and respond to their questions and concerns.

Each securities fraud attorney at our firm has in-depth knowledge of the financial services industry and decades of highly specialized legal experience. We know how to successfully develop, present and prevail in investment losses and securities fraud cases. Our size and focused practice allow us to make expert judgments and take action quickly. We deliver personalized attention to each of our clients, taking the time to listen and respond to their questions and concerns. At Zamansky LLC, each securities and investment fraud lawyer works to ensure that our clients fully understand the legal rights and protections available to them, and we navigate clients through each step of the legal process.

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Zamansky LLC - The Investor's Champion on Wall Street

Zamansky LLC is the securities fraud law firm that champions investors and workers wronged by the powerful and influential financial services firms and securities brokerages.

Our Guiding Principles: Justice, Knowledge, Compassion

Zamansky LLC founding partner and esteemed securities fraud attorney, Jacob Zamansky, and his team of veteran lawyers live and work by these guiding principles:

Compassion is critical.

Every client deserves their attorney’s time, attention and empathy.

Justice is a right.

Every investor and investment services worker, regardless of wealth or position, has the right to justice.

Knowledge Conveys Power

Every investor has the right to understand what has happened to their money and why.

Whether you are an investor of modest means, a high-end-worth individual or institution, or and hourly or salaried financial service employee, you can count on the lawyers at Zamansky LLC to be your champions on Wall Street.

If you feel you have been harmed by the financial services industry Call us at (212) 742-1414.

Securities Class Action Litigation Portal

Zamansky LLC represents investors in securities class action lawsuits and employees in ERISA class action cases.

4 Ways Zamansky LLC Champions Your Securities Fraud Claim

1

We Stand up for people like you.

Our main focus is representing people injured by the financial services industry. We advocate for investors defrauded by the actions of their trusted advisors, represent workers in employer claims under ERISA, and fight for the rights of securities industry employees who were defrauded of their pay or unlawfully terminated. Unlike other securities fraud attorneys who will represent either side, we have taken a stance to represent people like you.

2

We Leverage a track record of success.

Zamansky LLC has recovered tens of millions of dollars in stock broker fraud matters, including securities arbitrations and class action cases against brokers, investment firms and others. Our opponents know we mean business.

3

We Draw on decades of experience.

Each securities fraud lawyer at Zamansky LLC brings years of in-depth knowledge of the financial services industry. Championing the rights of clients like you is all we do. This depth of highly specialized legal experience is our superpower.

4

We Offer free consultations and flexible fee arrangements.

Our investment fraud lawyers believe that every person deserves to be represented by top-notch counsel. Not only are all consultations free, in most circumstances we will work with clients under a contingency or success-based fee structure so that their cases can be pursued without the financial burden of up-front fees.

FAQs: Should You Speak with a Securities Fraud Lawyer?

What is Securities Fraud?

Securities fraud” is a broad term that encompasses any type of act or omission that leads to harm for securities investors. This includes everything from making false public disclosures to making unauthorized trades on investors’ accounts. Fraudulent conduct by companies, brokerage firms, individual brokers, and investment advisors can lead to substantial losses, and investors who have concerns should promptly consult with a securities fraud lawyer.

Is Securities Fraud Illegal?

Yes, securities fraud is illegal under federal law. The Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 are the primary federal statutes that outlaw securities fraud. While individuals and entities that commit securities fraud can face prosecution by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), investors also can – and should – pursue individual claims to recover their losses with the help of a securities fraud lawyer.

How Do I Report Securities Fraud?

You can report securities fraud by contacting the SEC or a securities fraud attorney. We recommend that you contact an attorney because your attorney can not only contact the SEC on your behalf but also determine if you have grounds to recover your fraudulent investment losses. If you have a claim for securities fraud, your attorney can either (i) file a lawsuit in federal district court or (ii) file an arbitration claim with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

Can I File a Claim for Securities Fraud?

Yes. If you are a victim of securities fraud, you can absolutely file a claim against the company that released misleading information or the brokerage firm, broker, or investment advisor who is responsible for your investment losses. To ensure that you have every available opportunity to recover your losses, you should schedule a free initial consultation with a securities fraud lawyer as soon as possible.

Do I Have to Pay Out-of-Pocket to Hire a Securities Arbitration Lawyer?

No. In most circumstances, we work with our clients on a contingency-fee basis. This means that we only charge legal fees if we successfully help our clients recover their losses. Since our legal fees are calculated as a percentage of our client’s recovery, our clients never pay out-of-pocket for our services.

Do I Need to Hire a Local Securities Law Firm?

No. When you have a securities fraud claim, you do not need to hire a local attorney. With offices located in the heart of Wall Street, our firm represents individual investors in securities litigation and FINRA arbitration nationwide.

What is the Statute of Limitations for Securities Fraud Claims?

The statute of limitations for securities fraud claims depends on whether you are seeking to recover your losses in court or through FINRA arbitration. In court, most claims are subject to a limitations period of two years from the date of discovery, subject to a maximum of five years from the date of the fraudulent act or omission. For FINRA arbitration claims, the statute of limitations is six years from the date of the fraudulent act or omission.