Munck Wilson Mandala’s Robert Linkin represents high-net worth clients who have suffered investment losses caused by securities or investment fraud. Rob has a proven record of success in securities fraud litigation against stockbrokers, financial advisors, Registered Investment Advisors, investment firms, and banks. He has helped his clients recover millions of dollars from investment fraud. Among Rob’s clients are well-known athletes from across the sports world, including MLB and NFL players.
Misconduct by investment professionals is an unfortunate fact. Professional athletes are frequently the targets of that misconduct given they are high-profile, high net worth individuals who frequently rely on the advice of others when making off the field business decisions. Unfortunately, often do not realize they have been victimized by an investment professional until markets begin to pull back, and losses become apparent.
Rob’s successful track record in investment fraud litigation is the result of more than 24 years of experience. He has built an impressive reputation for handling complex securities matters and winning on behalf of his clients, with a focus on high net-worth individuals.
Rob litigates these matters for high-net worth clients. Additionally, he provides due diligence and counseling for clients considering engaging with an investment professional., so that they can have confidence that they have taken care with the investments they hope will be there for them at the end of their careers.
Rob’s areas of expertise include:
- Bond Investment Fraud
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Private Placement Securities Sales
- Employee Stock Options
- Hedge Fund Fraud
- Asset Allocation Fraud
- Ponzi Schemes
- Unauthorized Trading
- Suitability Claims
Rob’s clients are investors who have dealt with a variety of investment fraud and stockbroker misconduct, including:
Margin losses involving involuntary liquidation of securities to pay off amounts borrowed from the brokerage firm
“Churning” or excessive trading by the broker to generate commissions
Misrepresentations or non-disclosure of facts about an investment and its risks
Inconsistent recommendations that don’t align with the client’s risk tolerance
Other stockbroker misconduct