A: The answer depends on several factors, such as where the transactions occurred and whether the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and/or the Pennsylvania Securities Act applies.
So long as some part of the transaction(s) occurred in Pennsylvania, or the stockbroker is located in Pennsylvania, you would likely be able to bring a claim under Pennsylvania state law. In addition, the statute of limitations may be an issue, depending on when the alleged fraudulent actions took place and when you had knowledge of them. For more information, read about the Pennsylvania Securities Act and the statute of limitations for civil matters.
Reviewing securities or stockholder matters requires the skill and expertise of a securities litigation lawyer. To have your case reviewed by our Pennsylvania securities litigation lawyers, call 215.925.4451. Our lawyers handle matters involving broker fraud, breach of contract, shareholder disputes, derivative cases, investor disputes, and more.
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Published: June 18, 2012