Securities fraud, often involving insider trading and accounting irregularities, is a headline issue in the financial press today. Our firm has the experience required to pursue legal recourse against public corporations.

With over two decades of experience handling claims alleging securities law violations on behalf of shareholders, the founder of Komlossy Law has, in the course of prosecuting securities fraud claims, learned about complex accounting issues that are often at the core of the case while representing institutional investors and individuals in class actions.

The founder of Komlossy Law has been active in class action litigation which has recovered tens of millions of dollars in losses resulting from securities fraud including  Desert Orchid Partners v. Transaction Systems Architects, 02-CV-553-JFB-TDT (as one of the lead counsel at her former firm, assisted in recovering a fund of $24.5 million for investors after almost five years of litigation on behalf of an institutional lead plaintiff); Cheney v. CyberGuard, Inc.,98-6879-CIV-GOLD (S.D. Fla.) (founder was one of plaintiffs’ counsel and co-liaison counsel in a case which recovered a $10 million settlement);  and In re Sunbeam Securities Litigation, Case No. 98-8258-Middlebrooks (S.D. Fla.) (founder was one of plaintiffs’ counsel and co-liaison counsel in litigation which resulted in a settlement of over $140 million).[1]

[1] The results obtained in past litigation are not a guarantee or prediction of success or specific results for prospective clients.