Investors who suffered losses exceeding $50,000 in Coinbase are being encouraged to contact securities litigation partner James “Josh” Wilson to discuss their options. Wilson is a partner at the law firm of Wilson Keadjian Browndorf LLP and has experience in securities litigation, including cases involving cryptocurrency.
Coinbase, a popular cryptocurrency exchange, went public on April 14, 2021, and its stock price has been volatile since then. The company’s stock price reached a high of $429.54 on April 16, but has since dropped to around $300. This volatility has led to losses for some investors.
Wilson is encouraging investors who suffered losses to contact him directly to discuss their options. He has experience in securities litigation and can help investors determine if they have a case against Coinbase. Wilson’s law firm, Wilson Keadjian Browndorf LLP, has a track record of success in securities litigation and has recovered millions of dollars for investors. Investors who suffered losses in Coinbase may have a case if they can prove that the company made false or misleading statements that caused them to lose money. Wilson can help investors gather evidence and build a case against Coinbase. Investors who suffered losses in Coinbase should act quickly to protect their rights.
The statute of limitations for securities fraud cases is typically two years, so investors who wait too long may lose their right to sue. In addition to securities litigation, investors who suffered losses in Coinbase may also be able to recover their losses through arbitration or mediation. Wilson can help investors explore all of their options and determine the best course of action.