Institutional Investor Representation

Experienced Securities Litigation and Arbitration Lawyers

Stone Bonner & Rocco LLP ("SBR") is a litigation boutique with a nationwide practice representing institutional investors in securities fraud, antitrust, corporate governance and other financial litigation and arbitrations. We regularly prosecute claims on behalf of public pension funds, hedge funds, venture capital firms and entrepreneurs who have suffered significant losses in connection with their investments and business operations.

Contact our institutional investor representation lawyers online or by calling 212-239-4340 to schedule a no-cost consultation. For your convenience, our offices are located in New York City and New Jersey.

New York Securities Fraud Lawyers, Recognized Leaders in Handling All Varieties of Investment Fraud

SBR has successfully represented pension funds in "opt out" litigation related to class actions in which class members recovered far lower percentages of their losses than did SBR's clients. Our attorneys have also served as lead counsel for institutional investors in securities class actions that resulted in large recoveries for class members.

Institutional investor representation frequently requires significant pre-suit investigation of potential claims. In connection with those efforts, we often enlist the expertise of top experts in financial markets, accounting and particular industries to supplement our analysis.

In representing our institutional investor clients, SBR remains focused on the clients' obligation to protect their constituents' interests in an economical manner. To that end, we frequently represent institutional investors on a contingent basis or pursuant to mixed hourly/contingent fee agreements. These flexible, economical fee arrangements allow institutional investors to increase their investment returns while assuming minimal additional risk.

SBR frequently represents institutional investors in litigations and arbitrations involving:

  • Stock broker fraud and other stock broker misconduct
  • Stock manipulation
  • Hedge fund, mutual fund and corporate fraud
  • Accounting fraud
  • Hedge fund fraud
  • Ponzi schemes
  • Insider trading
  • Churning
  • The unsuitability of brokerages' investment advice

Since 2002, SBR has acted as special counsel to the public pension funds of the State of New Jersey for securities fraud matters. We have also been retained by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as a receiver and distribution agent in cases involving insider trading and Ponzi schemes.

Contact Our New Jersey Investment Fraud Attorneys

To obtain a no-cost assessment of your potential claims with our New York securities fraud attorneys, contact Stone Bonner & Rocco LLP either online or by calling 212-239-4340.