Experienced in Securities Litigation & FINRA Arbitration
The FINRA arbitration attorneys at Moulton, Wilson & Arney, LLP represent investors in securities arbitrations and litigation nationwide. We have successfully represented thousands of clients in investment and securities fraud cases, with combined claims of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Investor Advocates – FINRA Arbitration Attorneys
Recent securities & investments fraud matters on behalf of investors include:
- Multiple FINRA Arbitrations representing investors with losses of over $20 million, in securities fraud claims against international financial services firm arising out of complex options trading strategy.
- Representation of numerous individual investors in suitability, breach of fiduciary duty and misrepresentation claims.
- Representation of a group of over 200 investors in FINRA arbitrations against national investment and financial planning firm in securities fraud claims arising out of investments in real estate limited partnerships and resulting in a substantial, confidential settlement.
- Securities litigation on behalf of over 1000 investors who suffered significant losses investing in viatical contracts.
- Representation of investors in Stanford Financial Group.
The loss of your hard-earned investment savings can be financially and emotionally devastating. Litigation and arbitration may be new to you. We will guide you through the arbitration/litigation process to make it easy and understandable.
During your initial consultation, we will listen to you and evaluate whether you have a securities claim. We will clearly explain what you can expect from us and what we will expect from you so, together, we can successfully achieve your goals.
FINRA Arbitration Attorneys:
If you have suffered an investment loss, contact us now for a free initial consultation.
The investment and securities fraud attorneys at Moulton, Wilson & Arney, LLP have extensive experience representing individual investors in securities arbitration and litigation. Cindy Moulton, Michael Wilson and Lance Arney have successfully represented thousands of clients in securities and investment fraud cases, with combined claims of hundreds of millions of dollars.
If you have suffered an investment loss, you may be entitled to recover all or part of your investment. To find out more about your potential claims against your broker/financial advisor, investment firm, or securities firm, please contact an experienced investment fraud attorney.
Cynthia R. Levin Moulton
Cindy has a diverse, national trial and arbitration practice. Clients regularly seek Cindy’s counsel and expertise in complex commercial litigation matters, securities fraud claims, FINRA arbitrations, broker disciplinary actions, injunction cases, non-competition and trade secret cases, executive compensation cases, and general business litigation matters. Her clients include multi-national corporations, large national corporations, closely held businesses, physicians, brokers (registered representatives), and individual entrepreneurs. Cindy has successfully represented thousands of individual investors in securities claims involving a variety of investments, often including non-traditional securities investments such as limited partnerships, options trading, insurance products, collateralized mortgage obligations and derivatives. Read More
Lance C. Arney
Lance has worked since 1996 on a wide range of civil litigation matters in state and federal courts, at the trial and appellate levels, and in arbitration forums.
In his representation of plaintiffs, Lance has successfully obtained several significant judgments, awards, and settlements for investors, underpaid employees, and individuals who suffered a serious personal injury. Lance also routinely defends or assists in the defense of complex commercial disputes in litigation and arbitration. Read More
David began working at the firm as a third year law student while attending South Texas College of Law. After graduating from law school in May 2011, David joined the firm full time.
During law school, David was active in the advocacy program. He served as an Officer on the South Texas College of Law Board of Advocates, where he was responsible for organizing and running the intramural moot court and mock trial competitions. Read More