With offices in Manhattan, attorney Brad Randolph has more than two decades of legal experience. In addition to being a lawyer, Mr. Randolph is also a licensed CPA, a registered PCAOB auditor and holds an MBA. His experience includes working at one of the Big Four accounting firms, and serving as treasurer and in-house counsel to several large, international corporations.
As a legal, financial and business veteran, Mr. Randolph offers corporations and individuals high-level advice and counsel in the area of securities law. Located in New York, NY, Mr. Randolph provides sophisticated securities law advice to individuals and businesses throughout the United States and the world.
Securities laws are rapidly changing. Inventors, corporations and entrepreneurs may now be able to advertise to potential investors without filing for a public offering with the SEC, making the market ripe for abuse. Before agreeing to any type of investment, it is important to consult with an attorney.
Securities Fraud Litigation
At the law office of M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, we help individual investors hold corporations, brokers and investment firms liable for financial losses caused by unethical, fraudulent and illegal investment behaviors. Common securities fraud issues include:
- Broker/adviser fraud and misrepresentation
- High-risk investment schemes, including aggressive projections
- Inadequate financial statements
- Complex securities that "hide" significant details in the operation of the security
- Negligence and breach of fiduciary duty
- Failure to supervise
- Lack of diversification
Facilitating Securities Offerings
There are numerous federal and state securities regulatory agencies, including the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). At the law office of M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, we work closely with our corporate clients to ensure they are in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
In addition to advising corporations on regulatory compliance issues, attorney Brad Randolph also helps corporations to raise capital through private placements and private offerings. Attorney Randolph focuses on Regulation D offerings (Reg D) that include audited financial statements. Legal liability for securities law violations is strict, including audited financials in the offering document can significantly reduce securities risk. As a CPA, and PCAOB auditor, attorney Randolph can guide you through the legal and accounting issues related to a Regulation D offering.
Contact securities law attorney Brad Randolph at 212-759-0097 to schedule a consultation.