Law Offices of Peter C. Rageas & Associates, P.C.

Specializing in securities fraud and stock broker misconduct, Peter C. Rageas is a certified public accountant and holds a masters degree in taxation.

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Peter C. Rageas is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Masters degree in Taxation. He has practiced law in the Metropolitan Detroit area for over 15 years. Prior to practicing law Mr. Rageas was a practicing CPA at Coopers & Lybrand (now part of Pricewaterhouse Coopers).

If you believe that you or a loved one has been harmed by investment and bank fraud, please contact our firm today. Mr. Rageas specializes in representing victims of stockbroker and investment fraud. If you feel that a stock broker or investment adviser has put his or her own financial interests ahead of yours, and has violated the trust that they represent your best interests at all times - please contact Peter Rageas for consultation.


Specialties

Securities Fraud; Securities Litigation; Stock Broker Misconduct; Stock Broker Malpractice; Business Law; Limited Liability Company Law; Closely Held Business Law; Small Business Law; Business Litigation; Business Formation; Buying and Selling of Businesses; Franchising; Employment Contracts; Breach of Contract; Contracts; Collections; Tax Appeals; Tax Audits; Tax Controversies; Tax Evasion; Taxation; Tax Fraud; Criminal Tax Audits; Criminal Taxation; Accounting Law; Non-Profit and Charitable Organizations; Civil Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Landlord and Tenant Law; Non-Profit; Commercial Law; Litigation; Mortgages
Main Office

Main Office
400 Monroe Street, Suite 220
Detroit  MI  48226

Phone
  • 313-962-7777
Business
Stockbroker Misconduct
Did stock broker misconduct, stock broker malpractice or negligence, stock broker abuse or stock broker greed result in a loss of over $50,000 with a full service stock broker (not an on-line broker)? Call for a free no obligation phone consultation. Typical claims involve one of the following:

1. Unsuitable recommendations for you.
2. Stock Broker Malpractice in an account the broker managed for you.
3. Excessive commissions charged or earned.
4. Churning your account. Frequent sales and purchases.
5. Failure to execute trades when ordered.
6. Fraud or theft of money.
7. Variable Annuities or Sub-prime debts in IRA or 401K.

Peter C. Rageas

Practice Areas
Securities Fraud; Securities Litigation; Stock Broker Misconduct; Stock Broker Malpractice; Business Law; Limited Liability Company Law; Closely Held Business Law; Small Business Law; Business Litigation; Business Formation; Buying and Selling of Businesses; Franchising; Employment Contracts; Breach of Contract; Contracts; Collections; Tax Appeals; Tax Audits; Tax Controversies; Tax Evasion; Taxation; Tax Fraud; Criminal Tax Audits; Criminal Taxation; Accounting Law; Non-Profit and Charitable Organizations; Civil Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Landlord and Tenant Law; Non-Profit; Commercial Law; Litigation; Mortgages

Admitted: 1993, Michigan and U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan

Law School: Michigan State University College of Law, J.D.

Member: Detroit and Dearborn Bar Associations; State Bar of Michigan; Hellenic Bar Association; American Association and Attorney-CPA's (President, Michigan Chapter); PIABA (Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association).

Biography: Certified Public Accountant, Michigan, 1989.

Born: Dearborn, Michigan

Languages: Greek
Education
  • Michigan State University College of Law
    Juris Doctorate
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