Chris Bebel, Securities Fraud Expert

Chris Bebel provides a free initial consultation to those who are intent on engaging a distinguished expert witness in the area of securities fraud.

Chris Bebel is one of the most respected securities law authorities in the United States. Mr. Bebel previously served on NASD’s subcommittee which set the standards for brokerage firm conduct and sanctions for misconduct, and his impressive win in U.S. vs. O’Hagan changed the securities law curriculum forever. Although observers believed that the case could not be won due to the attending factual and evidentiary deficiencies, Mr. Bebel nonetheless persevered. And he ultimately prevailed on every count that went to the jury. In doing so, he secured an enormous victory for the U.S. Department of Justice, and the people of the United States.

Mr. Bebel has amassed an impressive academic record, earning an LL.M. (Securities Regulation) from Georgetown University Law Center, where he was also hired to tutor first and second year law school students. Mr. Bebel has published scholarly works through the Louisiana State University Law Center, the West Virginia University College of Law, and the Texas Tech University School of Law. Mr. Bebel has also served as a visiting lecturer on securities law at the following institutions: Baylor University Law School, Texas Tech University School of Law, William Mitchell College of Law, and University of Houston Law Center.

Mr. Bebel has been engaged as an expert witness in well over 100 cases situated from coast-to-coast, and he has consistently been asked by other lawyers to share his securities law expertise. Based on the extent to which he has distinguished himself in the securities law area, Mr. Bebel has been invited to provide continuing legal education presentations dealing with securities law issues to organizations and entities located throughout the country, including New York, Florida, California, Arizona, Colorado, and Texas.

In the event you are intent on retaining a distinguished expert witness, contact Chris Bebel.

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