What Clients Can Expect From Our Experienced Securities Fraud Lawyers
Berger Montague’s Securities & Investor Protection Group believes that successful representation is the result of effective communication and strategic case management.
When we are retained by a client in a securities fraud matter, we first conduct a detailed investigation. We then meet with our client and present the merits of a case, strategy and potential outcomes. We advise our client whether they should pursue lead plaintiff status or file an individual action, or forgo an active role altogether. We understand the importance of two-way communication. With each client, we establish reporting routines and always seek our client’s critical input on key pleadings, strategic decisions and settlement negotiations.
We also fulfill our fiduciary d uty to maximize class recovery by operating efficiently. We staff a case to assure seasoned representation without redundancy. We are mindful of defense tactics that add time and expense to cases, and resist burdensome or dilatory moves that put off a disposition on the merits. We also maintain state-of-the-art electronic document management sytems that assist us in prosecuting complex litigation and the discovery it entails. We use the latest technology to properly and effectively present our clients’ cases and to persuasively facilitate the understanding of complicated matters in trial or mediation.
No Fees Without Recovery
Berger Montague often litigates securities fraud cases on a contingent fee basis, so plaintiffs and the class do not pay attorneys’ fees or court costs unless there is a recovery.
Contact Us to Learn More or to Report a Possible Securities Fraud
We invite you to learn more about our Securities & Investor Protection Group. Berger Montague welcomes referrals from other law firms and attorneys. If you have information about a fraud affecting institutional, individual or governmental investors, or to schedule a confidential discussion about a potential case, please fill out the contact form on the right, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact a Securities & Investor Protection Group shareholder. We are available to evaluate potential securities fraud cases without charge.