Stockbroker & Investment Fraud Lawyers
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Richland County, SC Stockbroker & Investment Fraud Lawyer with 43 years experience
1201 Pendleton St
Stockbroker Fraud and Health Care
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Greenville County, SC Stockbroker & Investment Fraud Attorney with 21 years experience
Free ConsultationStockbroker Fraud, Business, IP and Securities
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Charleston County, SC Stockbroker & Investment Fraud Attorney with 27 years experience
1240 Winnowing Way
Free ConsultationStockbroker Fraud, Business and Securities
California Western School of Law and University of California - Los Angeles
David Liebrader is an experienced investment loss recovery attorney. For over 20 years he has been representing victims of investment fraud throughout the country. He is a FINRA arbitrator, a member of the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association, and serves as a Nevada District Court Judge Pro Temp.
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Stephen Jenkins Bell
Charleston County, SC Stockbroker & Investment Fraud Attorney with 8 years experience
Stockbroker Fraud, Construction, Insurance Defense and Securities
Wake Forest University School of Law
A Charleston native, Stephen Jenkins Bell joined Duffy & Young in 2015 after working as an associate with a large regional firm in Raleigh, North Carolina. Stephen has litigation experience in state and federal courts and administrative bodies in South Carolina and North Carolina. His work includes commercial litigation, class action cases, securities litigation, real property disputes, estate litigation, legislative advice, administrative permitting and regulation, and financial industry litigation.
Stephen was admitted to the South Carolina bar in 2014, having first entered the North Carolina bar in 2012. He is admitted to practice before all U.S. District Courts in South Carolina...
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