Sparer Law Group

Sparer Law Group
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  • AV Rate Law Firm serving San Francisco and California
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About this firm

Sparer Law Group (SLG) built its reputation recovering investment losses for institutions and high-net-worth individuals in complex securities cases. Founded in 2003 by Alan Sparer after 20 years with a large San Francisco law firm, SLG's four attorneys also represent registered investment advisors and hedge funds in regulatory and litigation matters. In 2009, SLG was appointed lead counsel in multi-district class action litigation involving the Oppenheimer California Municipal Bond Fund. In 2010, SLG recovered over $20 million frozen in auction rate securities, and successfully resolved a major SEC enforcement action against a California investment advisor.

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  • Business Litigation
  • Complex Business Litigation
  • Securities Litigation
  • Consumer Litigation
  • Consumer Fraud
  • Unfair Competition
  • Class Actions
  • Professional Liability
  • Health Care
  • Insurance Coverage

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