Category: Securities Law

Facebook’s Libra: A Perspective from your Investor Rights Attorney

Facebook has become a household name throughout the world Today, it is seemingly impossible to find someone that has not heard of Facebook. Whether you associate it with the recent high profile lawsuits in the headlines or you are an everyday user or anywhere in between.  Others could argue that Facebook has pioneered and mastered the global connection, as they are reaching two (2) billion users worldwide.  Detractors may say […]

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Deutsche Bank, Penny Stock Territory? | Vernon Litigation Group

INVESTORS SHOULD CHECK THEIR PORTFOLIOS TO MAKE SURE THEY DO NOT HAVE EXPOSURE TO DEUTSCHE BANK, ESPECIALLY NOW THAT ITS STOCK IS GETTING CLOSE TO PENNY STOCK TERRITORY We recently read an interesting article entitled “When Deutsche Bank’s Crisis Becomes Our Crisis”, written by Christopher Whalen dated May 6, 2019. The article outlines the severe problems in the European banking space and highlights Deutsche Bank as a chronically underperforming bank.   […]

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GPB Capital Holdings, Fraud? | Vernon Litigation Group

Another day, another ‘alleged’ Ponzi Scheme Vernon Litigation Group’s securities attorneys continue their investigation into GPB Capital Holdings as the firm is now subject to an FBI probe in addition to investigations by the SEC, FINRA and the State of Massachusetts. GPB Capital Holdings is a New York based ‘alternative’ asset management firm that has raised $1.5 billion dollars in capital acquiring income-producing private companies. GPB Capital Holdings is no […]

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When Investments Go Wrong

In this installment of our ongoing weekly video series Chris Vernon speaks about, When Investments Go Wrong. When presented with a new and ‘trendy’ investment opportunity and are promised a high return, in addition to due diligence, keep into consideration on how you got to this investment opportunity in the first place. If it was recommended…were they paid for this recommendation? Find out more here:  

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