Investment & Securities Disputes


If you are the victim of fraud or negligent investment advice by a stockbroker or investment advisor, there are laws in place to protect you and help you recover your losses. These cases are often highly complex and should be evaluated by a lawyer with a history of successfully representing investors.

Brian D. Miller, Of Counsel to LiMandri & Jonna LLP, has a passion for investor representation which has included acting as court appointed class counsel in federal and state courts, as well as representing individual investors in court arbitration, mediation and private claims over 35 years.

Paul M. Jonna of LiMandri & Jonna LLP also has substantial experience representing individual and institutional investors in complex securities cases. He has represented institutional and individual investors in FINRA securities arbitration proceedings, in cases involving unsuitable trading, boiler room sales, complex real estate investments, and a broad variety of credit instruments – most of which resulted in substantial, confidential settlements. He also represented individual and institutional investors in securities class actions resulting in cumulative settlements exceeding $500 million, including Public Employees Ret. Sys. of Mississippi vs. Merrill Lynch & Co. ($315 million recovery); In re Wells Fargo Mortgage Pass-Through Certificate Litigation ($125 million); and In re AXA Rosenberg Investor Litigation ($65 million).

If you are involved in an investment dispute call (858) 759-9930 for ethical attorneys that aim to keep the system fair and balanced.


Investors should consult with legal counsel to evaluate their legal rights in the following circumstances (among others):

  • Investments made on behalf of investors without permission
  • Written or verbal misrepresentations concerning an investment
  • Inappropriate or unsuitable investment recommendations in light of the investor’s finances, age, experience, ability or willingness to be exposed to risk
  • Investment losses which are inconsistent with the range of results reasonably anticipated based upon prior sales pitch
  • Frequent or excessive trading of investments based upon broker or adviser recommendation which result in losses

Whether these circumstances should lead to a legal claim or action is best determined after consultation with legal counsel with successful experience representing investors.


Our investment attorneys in Rancho Santa Fe offer flexible appointment times and free consultations. Call us at (858) 759-9930 to schedule your meeting today.

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