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Stock Fraud Costs Investors' Savings
Picture this: You trust an investment firm and follow your stock broker's recommendations, feeling secure with his/her expertise. Next thing you know, your stocks have plummeted, the firm's CEO is all over the news defending his company against allegations of securities fraud, and your life savings is lost forever. Unfortunately, you will have been a victim of stockbroker fraud.

Despite the Securities and Exchange Commission SEC) decision to impose a record $1.4 billion in penalties on several top investment banks, investors remain skeptical and have little hope that brokers are giving them the whole picture regarding stocks, bonds, and other securities. The best bet for individual investors looking to recover investment fraud or securities fraud losses is to speak to an experienced lawyer regarding their stock fraud concerns. Read the Wall Street fraud story here.

Breaking Down Stock Broker Fraud
As you know, investing in the stock market can be a risky proposition. Markets and investments can fluctuate and the majority of investment losses result from such fluctuations rather than from stock broker fraud or misconduct. However, stock fraud does happen, and you should understand common forms of stock broker misconduct. Click here for in-depth descriptions of common types of stock broker fraud and securities fraud.

If you have suffered losses due to stock broker fraud, contact the Consumer Justice Group immediately. A stock fraud lawyer will give you an evaluation of your securities fraud lawsuit.


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Victory Before the US Supreme Court
Just as F. Davis Morse thought that nothing could be more intimidating than the silence filling that room of stone and marble, the red velvet curtain cloaking the chamber of the United States Supreme Court rose with a "whoosh." Nine justices stepped forward into the opening of a new term while the marshal intoned, "The Honorable, the Chief Justice and Associate Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States. Oyez! Oyez! Oyez!....."

"It was simultaneously the most exhilarating and nerve-wracking experience of my young life," Morse says of that moment. He was standing before the Supreme Court of the United States as a plaintiff challenging a Virginia practice that had violated the Voting Rights Act by charging people for the right to vote in a nominating convention for the U.S. Senate. He was 26, in law school, and had little to fuel his fight besides his alliances with a talented law professor, his passion for justice, and the conviction that he was right. His opposition, on the other hand, had hired a team of elite lawyers with decades of experience and piles of money between them. Morse's heart pounded beneath his chest.

Morse had nothing to worry about. Big money and fancy suits may talk, but the young law student's integrity spoke louder in that courtroom than an Armani suit ever could. As green as he was, Morse stood in that room filled with generations of justices and their families, fought for the rights of people to freely participate in elections, and won.

His victory was so inspiring that it changed the way Morse conceived of his future practice with the law. He realized that, in addition to having the Voting Rights Act on his side, his greatest strength as a plaintiff lay in his collaboration with other lawyers and appointed officials.

"It gave me the idea to run a revolutionary practice that gets serious results for people by working with expert lawyers all over the country," says Morse. With that idea, and after years of working for other successful plaintiff's lawyers, the Consumer Justice Group was born.

Several years and many successes down the road, the Consumer Justice Group has proven that a young man's idea about a law practice based on alliances with expert legal and medical professionals not only helps people get their lives back but gets them back with the financial means to enjoy them.

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