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Commodities and Futures Fraud Attorney

Have you suffered losses in a commodities or futures fraud scheme or improper investment?  If so, the commodities and futures fraud attorneys of The White Law Group may be able to help.

The White Law Group represents investors who have been defrauded by their financial professional in all types of commodities or futures investment matters.

The futures markets include, but are not limited to:

–       Forex
–       Monex
–       Currency futures
–       Cocoa futures
–       Grain futures
–       Heating oil futures
–       Gold futures
–       Stock futures
–       Interest rate futures
–       Sugar futures
–       Orange juice futures
–       Natural gas futures
–       Propane gas futures
–       Crude oil futures
–       Platinum futures
–       Silver futures
–       Cattle futures
–       Dairy futures

The commodities markets include, but are not limited to:

–       Corn
–       Oats
–       Rough rice
–       Soybeans
–       Rapeseed
–       Wheat
–       Milk
–       Cocoa
–       Coffee
–       Live Cattle
–       Pork bellies
–       Crude Oil
–       Ethanol
–       Natural Gas
–       Heating Oil
–       Gold
–       Platinum
–       Silver
–       Copper
–       Lead
–       Zinc
–       Tin
–       Aluminum
–       Nickel
–       Cobalt

Although commodities and futures investing is complex and risky, there are many unscrupulous trading firms that solicit investments from the general public.

The White Law Group represents investors in claims against these NFA and CFTC registered firms.  The firm handles various types of commodities and futures fraud cases, including but not limited to:

–       Conversion of funds
–       Churning or excessive trading of futures and commodities accounts
–       Unauthorized trading
–       Various types of futures and commodities trading violations
–       Failure to supervise a NFA or CFTC registered representative
–       Unsuitability
–       Failure to execute trades
–       Misallocation of trades
–       Bucketing or trading against the customer
–       Guaranteed winner (including solicitation via improper marketing material)
–       Improper use of margin investing
–       Failure to adequately disclose risks of futures or commodities investing
–       Breach of fiduciary duty

The White Law Group handles futures and commodities cases before all of the major self-regulatory organizations, including the National Futures Association (NFA) and Commodities and Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and the cases include investments made on all of the major exchanges – Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), New York Board of Trade, New York Mercantile Exchange, and Philadelphia Board of Trade.

With its office located in Chicago, one of the major national hubs of futures and commodities trading, The White Law Group is in a unique position to represent those who have been defrauded by their financial professional in commodities and futures investments, and the firm represents clients throughout the country.

In addition to practicing as a securities attorney, Mr. White, the managing partner of The White Law Group, has also worked on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in the Live Cattle Options Pit. His financial and legal background is essential in evaluating potential commodities and futures fraud claims.

If you have questions about a futures or commodities investment you made, the commodities and futures fraud attorneys of The White Law Group may be able to help.  For a free consultation, please call the firm’s Chicago office at 312/238-9650.

The White Law Group, LLC is a national commodities and futures fraud, commodities arbitration, investor protection, and commodities regulation/compliance law firm with offices in Chicago, Illinois and Boca Raton, Florida.

For more information on The White Law Group, please visit the firm’s website at www.whitesecuritieslaw.com

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