Virtually all brokers and brokerage firms are regulated by FINRA (f/k/a NASD), and most allegations of fraud may be pursued under state securities statutes, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and FINRA rules. Many lawyers have a passing familiarity with certain aspects of these laws, but there are very few attorneys who possess a detailed appreciation for how these legal principles operate in conjunction with one another. Moreover, only a small percentage of lawyers have a genuine understanding of how the securities industry actually operates on a pragmatic level. Given his education and experience – combined with his impressive trial skills, Chris Bebel possesses a structural advantage over other lawyers. Consequently, he is uniquely situated to handle a wide array of securities fraud cases.