Christopher L. Lufrano, Esq..
Christopher L. Lufrano is the managing attorney and principal of Lufrano Law, LLC and has extensive experience in matters involving securities investment disputes, regulatory defense, real estate law and business services. Mr. Lufrano is licensed to practice law in Illinois and New York, and often travels throughout the country to represent aggrieved investors in FINRA securities arbitrations where permitted under state law.
Mr. Lufrano is a graduate of Boston University, where he majored in Business Management. Following college, Mr. Lufrano was employed by Morgan Stanley where he worked as a fixed income trader and obtained his Series 7 and 63 licenses. While working for Morgan Stanley, he enrolled in night classes at Pace Law School, where he finished with distinction, graduating Cum Laude. During his time at Pace Law School, he worked for the John Jay Legal Services Investor's Rights Clinic and provided legal representation to clients of limited means in FINRA arbitrations and mediations.
Mr. Lufrano's early legal experience included interning for a New York State Surrogate Court Judge, and working for a small New York-based law firm's stock fraud practice where he and a small group of attorneys recovered over $10 million in settlements and judgments on behalf of investors. He also worked for Cahill Gorodon & Reindel, LLP where he represented one of the largest investment firms in the world against exposure to billions in regulatory fines and civil liability.
After practicing securities law and regulatory defense for several years, Mr. Lufrano founded Lufrano Law, LLC. He formed the law firm on the principle that each client deserves individual, personalized, one-on-one attention. Contact him today for a free consultation.
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