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I’ve received a Subpoena from the SEC. When should I call a lawyer, if at all?
AImmediately call a qualified lawyer with experience representing clients before the SEC. See Mr. Morris’ Article “You Said What To The SEC?” We can certainly help you with that. Call us for a free consultation.
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Have your clients won against the SEC?
AYes. See our descriptions of cases about which we are most proud in the SEC Litigation practice area section. Of course, we cannot guaranty success in your case. Call us for a free consultation.
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My case involves a state regulator as well. Have you handled those cases?
AYes. We have practiced in the area of securities litigation in a wide variety of contexts. Call us for a free consultation. We will see if we can help you, and, if not, we try to put you with the right lawyer by referring that lawyer to you.
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What are your billing rates?
AOur billing rates fluctuate from time to time depending on marketing conditions. We also adjust our billing rates based on the complexity of the matter, the extent of resources necessary for the matter, and the payment history of the client. We also consider contingency cases and a mixed blend of hourly and contingency rates. We believe are rates are extremely reasonable given our practice area, decades of legal experience, and high market rates charged by similarly experienced counsel in the Los Angeles Market. Call us for a free consultation, and we will provide you with a proposed billing rate for your matter.
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Do you have the experience necessary to represent me with my case?
AA summary of our experience is set forth in the biographical information included in this web site. If you are unsatisfied that your matter fits within the range of our experience, we are happy to consult with you free of charge and explore your case and whether we have the skills and experience to help you with it. If we are not right for the case, we would be happy to refer you to a lawyer who is.
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I’ve just been served with a summons. How long do I have to respond?
AIt varies from Court to Court. Read the summons. It will tell you. What does not vary is that you need to consult with an attorney immediately. Generally, it is between 21 and 30 days. And, your lawyer is going to need some time to decide how to respond and to prepare the response. Please call us for a free consultation.
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Can you do transactional work?
AYes. We have negotiated and drafted literally hundreds of transactions, including complex secured and unsecured loan transactions, convertible debt transactions, real estate transactions, business purchase and sale transactions and complex settlement agreements.
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Do you do personal injury work?
AYes. We have handled personal injury claims. If the matter is not right for us, we’ll refer you to a lawyer who is right for your case. Please call us for a free consultation.
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Can you file my bankruptcy matter?
AMr. Corrigan worked extensively in complex bankruptcy cases for 10 years, including representing debtors, creditors’ committees, secured and unsecured creditors in all aspects of Chapter 11. However, over the past two decades, his bankruptcy work has been focused on adversary proceedings and litigation arising in and out of bankruptcies. Feel free to call us for a free consultation. If we are not the right lawyers for your matter, we will make every effort to refer you to a qualified lawyer for your case.
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I want to sue my broker or investment advisor. Do you handle those cases?
AYes. We are highly selective about the cases of that nature we take on. When appropriate, we have taken such matters on a contingency basis or blended contingency. If it is not the right case for us, we will endeavor to refer you to a lawyer who is right for your case.