FRAUD

What is fraud? Simply put, it is lying.

Since our founding, we have represented employees in a wide range of employment related claims including fraud in the inducement. A fraud in the inducement claim asserts that a party was deceived into entering into a contract. If you have questions, or wish to submit your case for a review, please take advantage of our FREE online case submission.

  • What is the difference between fraud in the inducement and breach of contract?
  • What if both happened?
  • What are possible remedies?

These are just some of the questions you may have…
If you are a California resident we can represent you in your claims regardless of where the company is headquartered in the United States. Similarly, if you are located outside of California and the company is located inside California, we can represent you in your claims . Many times clients and potential clients mistakenly believe that they have no valid claims because they have been told that California is an “at will” employment state.

Please take advantage of our FREE online case submission or call us today to start a conversation.

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CASE STUDIES

Represented customers of major national insurance carrier in claims for rescission of policies alleged to have been fraudulently marketed and sold by parties not licensed to sell those products.

RESULT

Full recovery of six-figure premium payment and rescission of policies at issue

TIME TO RESOLUTION

5 months

HOW WAS CASE RESOLVED?

Attorney to Attorney (in house counsel) negotiation

Represented Plaintiff, a white male investment banker, who had been fired from public company employer that sought to deny his guaranteed bonus.

RESULT

Settled low 6 figures

TIME TO RESOLUTION

5 months

HOW WAS CASE RESOLVED?

Settled without litigation via mediation

DEFENDED former owner of investment banking firm in an NASD (now FINRA) arbitration where he was being sued personally for over $500,000, inclusive of fees and costs, by a former client of firm.

RESULT

Plaintiff awarded only $7,410 plus nominal fees.

TIME TO RESOLUTION

1 months

HOW WAS CASE RESOLVED?

Arbitration judgment for less than 2% of plaintiff’s complaint

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