Securities law attorney Chris Bebel has served as a prosecutor for both the SEC and NASD (n/k/a FINRA), and is now dedicated to assisting investors who have sustained losses on account of outright falsities and material omissions (half-truths).  His legal interpretations and analyses have been highlighted on NBC’s Today Show and CBS’s The Early Show, as well as the following:

  • ABC’s World News Tonight
  • CBS’ Nightly News
  • NBC’s Nightly News
  • CNBC’s Business Center
  • CNBC’s Squawk Box
  • CNBC’s Closing Bell
  • CNBC’s Power Lunch
  • CNBC’s Bullseye
  • Bloomberg TV
  • Public Television’s Nightly Business Report
  • Fox News Channel’s Your World With Neil Cavuto
  • National Public Radio’s All Things Considered
  • National Public Radio’s Morning Edition
  • National Public Radio’s Marketplace
  • National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition
  • MSNBC
  • BBC Radio
  • CBS Radio
  • Bloomberg Radio
  • Many other media outlets

 

In addition to this impressive list of credentials, Mr. Bebel has served on the NASD subcommittee that set the standards for brokerage firm conduct and sanctions for misconduct, and his impressive win in U.S. v. O’Hagan changed the securities law curriculum forever.  When you need an experienced securities law attorney, contact Chris Bebel for a free initial consultation.