Financial Fraud Attorneys

We handle most types of financial fraud cases.


Fraud is defined as a deceitful practice. Fraud consists of a misrepresentation of a material fact that is relied upon by another party to his or her detriment.There is no requirement that the misrepresentation be intentional.The thing misrepresented must be a fact; it is very difficult to prove fraud when one fails to fulfill his or her obligations but had good intentions in the beginning..Copyright © 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Dictionary.

Financial fraud can be broadly defined as an intentional act of deception involving financial transactions for purpose of personal gain. Fraud is a crime, and is also a civil law violation. The attorneys of Evangelista Worley advise our clients in matters involving the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, Investment Advisors Act of 1940, and other state and federal laws, and can handle a broad array of other financial fraud issues with the knowledge and experience to handle the most complex fraud cases such as; consumer fraud, securities fraud, insurance fraud, investment fraud, and most other financial fraud cases. Our financial fraud attorneys have been lead and co-lead attorneys in several fraud cases throught the U.S. and abroad.

We look to serve our clients by always working in their best interest to achieve the most favorable outcome, and to build upon our proven results for achieving favorable awards and verdicts, and fair settlements. Our attorneys have significant experience representing individual investors, corporations, advisors, and committees. representing our clientele in arbitrations and litigations in the most respectable and professional manner.

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