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In addition to criminal penalties, many types of securities violations can also result in a civil litigation claim. It is common for a holder of securities to file a lawsuit against a trustee who has failed to manage security assets according to professional standards. The trustee may then be required to pay damages in order to compensate the plaintiff for their economic losses.
Later versions of this document will include a discussion of the various types of securities law violations.
The regulation and prosecution of securities fraud violations is undertaken on a broad front, involving numerous government agencies and self-regulatory organizations. One method of regulating and restricting a specific type of fraud perpetrated by pump and dump manipulators, is to target the category of stocks most often associated with this scheme. To that end, penny stocks have been the target of heightened enforcement efforts.
Some involve relatively small violations, and some involve hundreds of millions of dollars. Securities law is complex and requires a great working knowledge of the various state "Blue Sky" laws, as well as the Federal Securities Acts. Securities violations can lead to huge fines, and many years in prison. This San Bernardino & Riverside Securities Defense lawyer gained a lot of experience handling securities prosecutions while a Riverside prosecutor.