Securities Arbitration & Commercial Litigation
Silver Law Group is a leader in the field of securities arbitration and litigation, representing aggrieved investors who have lost money at the hands of trusted investment brokers and financial institutions. Among the types of cases we regularly handle for our clients are those involving:
- FINRA arbitration
- Broker negligence or misrepresentation litigation
- Investment fraud litigation
- Securities fraud litigation
- Stock fraud litigation
The firm also concentrates its practice on complex commercial litigation, representing individuals and business entities embroiled in business disputes in which their interests have been attacked and they have suffered economic losses. We provide our clients a broad range of professional services to both protect and enhance their interests, including:
- Commercial litigation representation
- Dispute resolution services
- Economic litigation and risk management counseling
Our team of globally experienced attorneys has represented thousands of clients and has helped them recover hundreds of millions of dollars in federal courts, state courts, and in arbitration.
With passion, integrity, and attention to the needs of each case, we represent our clients just as we would want to be represented ourselves.
And unlike many other law firms, we typically handle our cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that if no money is recovered from a client’s claim, the client owes nothing to our firm for attorney’s fees. We do the work, and you get the results!
MF Global, Inc. Ordered to Pay Over $1 Billion in Restitution to MF Global, Inc. Customers and a $100 Million Penalty on MF Global, Inc.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission received a federal court Order against MF Global Inc. requiring it to pay $1.212 billion in restitution to customers of MF Global to ensure customers recover their losses sustained when MF Global failed in 2011.Read More
JHS Capital Advisors (“JHS”), which is owned by John Sykes, is facing multiple customer arbitration claims for mishandling customer accounts; and its insurance carrier is refusing to pay JHS’ tab.Read More