Malpractice

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Legal Malpractice: Bankruptcy attorney fails to adequately represent southern New Mexico dairy owner in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy resulting in client’s loss of business, homes and all assets.

Las Cruces, New Mexico

Legal Malpractice: Law firm negligently fails to defend client resulting in large judgment and financial ruin to client.

Legal Malpractice: Lawyer breaches fiduciary duties to clients by entering into business transaction with clients, drafting legal documents in the transaction and wrongfully suing clients.

Legal Malpractice: Denver and Santa Fe lawyers negligently represent out-of-state company in contract dealings with a municipality involving the development of a water and water treatment project.

-El Paso, Texas

Legal Malpractice: Lawyer negligently fails to appear at court hearing resulting in adverse judgment against client.

Stockbroker Firm Malpractice: Stockbroker invests three (3) retired persons’ retirement savings in unsuitable, high-risk investments causing considerable losses. Brokerage firms fail to adequately supervise broker.

Stockbroker Firm Malpractice: Stock brokerage firm wrongfully allows corporate insider to divert corporate funds to shareholder’s personal accounts.

Accountant Malpractice: Corporate accountants negligently fail to detect insider financial misconduct involving Mississippi company resulting in loss of bank credit, IRS penalties, and resulting corporate bankruptcy.

Accountant Malpractice: Accounting firm negligently assists in public bank stock offering resulting in total loss to investors.

Security Broker/Life Insurance Agent Malpractice: Securities broker / life insurance agent induces Juarez widow to over invest husband’s life insurance benefits in inappropriate and unsuitable investments.

-Dallas and El Paso, Texas

Legal Malpractice: Lawyers on board of directors of bank commit legal malpractice involving insider transactions and stock sales.

Stockbroker Malpractice: Stockbroker induces widow to transfer securities to his name resulting in substantial losses to client’s portfolio and largest NASD arbitration award at the time against individual broker and write up in Wall Street Journal.