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The proven Charleston securities lawyers at the Rosen Hagood law firm are experienced in the effective resolution of securities lawsuits as related to stocks, bonds and debentures in South Carolina. Charleston securities attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of general securities law, including but not limited to the Blue Sky Law, securities fraud claims and SEC enforcement in Charleston South Carolina. Clients will have the confidence of knowing that the case is being handled by an experienced and knowledgeable Charleston securities lawyer.
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with Experience Litigating Many Types of Securities Claims:
- Securities Litigation
- Blue Sky
- FINRA Arbitration
- Bank Securities
- Securities Class Actions
- Securities Fraud
- SEC Enforcement
- Public Offerings
- Tax Exempt Securities
- Securities Regulation
- Private Placement
- Insider Trading
- Initial Public Offerings
A Charleston securities lawyer is professional and knowledgeable in understanding the details, facts, complications, and circumstances that arise in a Charleston securities case.
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South Carolina securities law is the area of law dealing with securities, which is the generic term for shares of stock, bonds and debentures issued by corporations and governments to evidence ownership and terms of payment of dividends or final pay-off. They are called securities because the assets and/or the profits of the corporation or the credit of the government stand as security for payment. However, unlike secured transactions in which specific property is pledged (like a mortgage or car); securities are only as good as the future profitability of the corporation or the management of the governmental agency.
Both federal and state laws regulate securities. Federal securities laws are generally administrated by the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) which was established by the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. The other two main federal laws are the Investment Company Act of 1940 (“Investment Company Act”), and the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 (“Advisers Act”).
In addition to the federal laws, there are also state laws that govern securities. These laws are commonly known as Blue Sky Laws, which typically give the investor who loses money or is defrauded in the securities markets far greater protections than are available under the federal laws.
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The Charleston securities attorneys at Rosen Hagood are distinguished by a history of successful securities claim recoveries. If you or your organization is involved in a securities dispute, contact a Charleston securities lawyer with the Rosen Hagood law firm in South Carolina.