Federal law and the laws of most states, including Texas, govern whether a security must be registered. The sale of an unregistered security in violation of the law may give the investor the right to rescind the sale, i.e., to require the seller to repurchase the security for the amount invested (less any income received from the investment), plus interest. Private placements and other non-traditional investments (including notes, limited partnership interests, viaticals and oil and gas investments) are types of investments that should be reviewed by a securities lawyer for possible unregistered securities claims.
The investment & securities fraud attorneys at Moulton, Wilson & Arney, LLP have extensive experience representing individual investors in securities arbitration and litigation. Moulton, Wilson & Arney, LLP have successfully represented thousands of individual investors in securities fraud lawsuits, investment fraud and arbitrations, with combined claims of hundreds of millions of dollars.
If you have suffered an investment loss due to Unregistered Securities, you may be able to recover your money by discussing your individual loss with an experienced investment fraud attorney.