We Can Recover Your Losses Due to Fraud or Negligence!
We have recovered over $50 million
for investors nationwide
Thomas Law Group helping investors since 1991.
Have You Been Burned by Your Stock Broker?
Our team of lawyers and experts is highly skilled and have handled over 1,500 stock investment cases.
Our success rate is over 95%
Thomas Law Group specializes exclusively in arbitration and litigation of securities and commodities disputes. We also represent brokers who have employment disputes with their firms. Our firm provides a team of attorneys, experts and consultants with vast experience in the securities and commodities industries. Since 1991 we have represented over 1,500 clients nationwide to recover their investment losses.
We have also represented hundreds of brokers on employment disputes. With our experience and expertise we are able to significantly reduce or completely void repayment of bonuses and promissory notes and in some cases, on top of voiding the entire note, our clients were awarded compensatory damages. Our representation of brokers relates to many aspects of labor law violations including: discrimination, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, defamation, U-5 problems, wrongful termination, and more.
We have represented clients and individual brokers in securities arbitrations at FINRA, American Arbitration Association, the National Futures Association (NFA), the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and court. We work on a contingency for clients with losses from broker misconduct.
Our firm also handles enforcement and disciplinary hearings at FINRA, the SEC and CFTC. Collectively, our clients have recovered tens of millions of dollars through our assistance and representation in settlement negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and litigations.
Our firm’s practice focuses primarily on the representation of brokerage customers. Our representation of customers relates to violations such as unsuitable recommendations, excessive trading commonly referred to as churning, misrepresentation, unauthorized trading, negligence, breach of fiduciary duty and failure to supervise.