Securities Class Actions
Investors in securities markets rely on the integrity of the market and the fact that corporate officers and directors will act responsibly. False and misleading information about a company’s financial condition or products artificially inflates the price of its stock, and, when the underlying fraud or corporate wrongdoings are revealed, investors who purchased the stock at artificially inflated prices suffer tremendous loss. These investors need an avenue to seek redress on behalf of themselves and others who have suffered similar loss.
Harwood Feffer regularly prosecutes securities class action lawsuits involving allegations that a publicly-traded corporation and its officers and directors acted improperly by misleading investors, brokers or analysts through various public statements, including press releases, prospectuses, annual reports, proxy statements, quarterly and annual financial statements, and other SEC filings. Harwood Feffer is known for maintaining the highest level of professionalism and vigorous prosecution on behalf of shareholders in these matters.
With a national practice, based in New York City, the Firm’s securities fraud class action services include investigating allegations of securities fraud or improper activity, and advising clients on their best course of action for their claims. Harwood Feffer’s commitment to vigorously prosecute securities class action matters, including taking them to trial when necessary, has earned the Firm its reputation for ardent representation of injured investors and has resulted in obtaining significant recoveries of hundreds of millions of dollars on their behalf.