Steve Buchwalter has been protecting investors in Southern California for over 25 years. He advocates for individuals, non-profits and corporations in Securities Law, Arbitration & Mediation, and Stockbroker & Investment Fraud matters. Additionally, he assists businesses with legal formation and legal disputes.
Steve brings unique insight and understanding to his representation as a former licensed commodity trading adviser and stockbroker. Recognized as an expert in his field, he has successfully resolved over 400 cases. In 2009, Steve received the largest California judgement of 4.2 billion for his client.
Steve is dedicated to providing legal representation with commitment and integrity. Contact Steve today for a free consultation to see how he can help you.
- Securities Law
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Stockbroker & Investment Fraud
- Business Law
- Free Consultation
Investors are generally represented on a contingency basis.
- 9th Circuit
- Sole Practitioner
- Steve Buchwalter Law Offices
- Staff Attorney
- Investors Arbitration Services, Inc
- University of La Verne College of Law
- J.D. (1993)
- Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA)
- - Current
- California State Bar  # 168501
- - Current
- Confirming and Vacating Arbitration Awards
- Steve A. Buchwalter's Website Profile
- Steve Buchwalter Law Offices Website
- Q. I am an interested party: 19CV1628 H Securities and Exchange Commission v. Champion-Cain et al How do I pursue recovery?
- A: Contact a lawyer. You may want to notify the receiver. You may have claims against the managers and those who sold it to you. You should act sooner rather than later.
- Q. We have evidence of elder financial abuse, self dealing, and perjury. What can we do?
- A: I think you're in California. I would think you'd want to contact the Department of Adult Protective Services. There should be at least one office in each county. Then you should talk to a lawyer.
- Q. Awarded full year of back pay from my job over a year & a half ago and still get no answers or explanation.
- A: Most arbitration awards can be turned into court judgments relatively easy. Once you have a judgment, you can collect on it as you would any judgment.