ABOUT LUFRANO LAW, LLC
Lufrano Law, LLC is a Securities Litigation Firm Providing Legal Help Nationwide.
Lufrano Law, LLC is located in Oak Park, Illinois and represents individual and institutional investors nationwide in FINRA securities arbitrations. Our attorneys also handle personal injury cases, real estate law, regulatory defense and business services locally in Illinois. We represent individual and institutional investors in FINRA securities arbitrations; landlords and real estate purchasers and sellers; companies subject to regulatory inquiries and investigations; and small to midsized business.
The attorneys at Lufrano Law, LLC bring a unique perspective to the law because we have practical securities, real estate and business experience that we leverage in order to protect our clients' interests. Specifically, the firm's founder, Christopher L. Lufrano, began his career working as a trader on Wall Street, and then as an attorney at a small and aggressive New York-based plaintiff's firm.
Most recently, Mr. Lufrano was employed by a large Wall Street litigation defense firm where he represented one of the largest investment firms in the world. Mr. Lufrano uses these diverse experiences to analyze both sides of a case so that he may provide valuable insight and legal advice to his clients.
We offer legal services to a diverse client base, including:
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Location: 818 Harrison Street, Ste. 210, Oak Park, IL 60304
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