Austin Dutton Broker Misconduct| The attorneys of Peiffer Wolf have helped thousands of investors across the country and around the world in cases arising out of investment fraud, Ponzi schemes, or misconduct by their investment advisors or the corporations in which they invested.
We focus on identifying those parties that are both liable and have the financial ability to compensate victimized investors. Our goal is to put money back into our clients’ pockets, not just get an award that acknowledges our clients are entitled to compensation.
The attorneys of Peiffer Wolf tailor our approach to each individual client’s needs. We have experience prosecuting our clients’ cases through arbitrations, class actions, or derivative actions in federal court, state court, or FINRA arbitration panels. Each case is different, and our prior successes are not a guarantee of success in any future case.
We have offices in New York, California, Louisiana, Missouri, and Ohio. We have represented investors nationwide. Whenever required, we work with local co-counsel, at no additional cost to the client.
We take most cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning we only earn our legal fees when we recover money for our clients. In addition, we usually advance the case expenses ourselves and recoup them out of the amounts we recover. We typically recoup the case costs before applying the contingency percentage. A few jurisdictions require the client to be responsible for case costs.
We provide prospective clients with an advance copy of the retainer agreement that spells out the terms of representation, give them time to review it, and answer any questions they may have.
If you believe that you were a victim of investment fraud, financial advisor misconduct, broker misconduct, or abusive practices by your financial institution, please Contact Us by filling out an online Contact Form or by calling 585-310-5140 for a FREE Case Evaluation. Specifically, if you believe you were a victim of Mr. Dutton, Contact our Austin Dutton Broker Misconduct Lawyers Today.