Successful, Experienced Trial Lawyer Investigating Cases Against Woodbridge Group of Companies and Robert Shapiro
For more than thirty years, Chris Bebel has geared his practice toward the securities fraud arena. In recent years, he has maintained a special focus on cases involving private offering fraud(a/k/a private placement fraud), wherein private placement memos have been used by unsavory brokers to sell unregistered securities under SEC Regulation D (Reg. D). At this juncture, Mr. Bebel is eyeing potential cases that might be filed on behalf of investors who have sustained losses after entrusting their savings to the Woodbridge Group of Companies, LLC, which was recently the subject of an SEC lawsuit filed in federal court. According to an SEC press release, the government has alleged that “Woodbridge’s business model was a sham.” Per the terms of the SEC’s complaint, Woodbridge – together with Robert Shapiro – engaged in deceptive tactics so as to defraud thousands of investors. If you have sustained losses pursuant to an investment in Woodbridge, give Chris Bebel a call.
Mr. Bebel was viewed as a superb, stellar attorney during his tenure at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Upon departing from the SEC, Mr. Bebel became a federal prosecutor. The invaluable trial experience he gained while serving as an Assistant U.S. Attorney has greatly benefited his clients in their quest for a financial recovery. As a talented, experienced securities litigation attorney who maintains an in depth understanding of the regulations governing the securities industry, Mr. Bebel has frequently enjoyed a substantial structural advantage over the brokers, and the expert witnesses, he has cross-examined. Let him put his knowledge, skill, and experience to work for you.