The attorneys at ChapmanAlbin are licensed to practice law in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The firm’s main office is located in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to the representation of clients residing in Ohio, the firm is willing to represent clients who reside in other states. In those instances, if appropriate under the rules of professional conduct governing those states, the firm will work with local co-counsel to ensure full compliance with all applicable legal and ethical requirements.
Any reference to past cases or successes made herein should not be construed as a guarantee of any future outcome. Each client and each client’s case is unique, and no result or outcome is or can ever be guaranteed.
The attorneys at ChapmanAlbin generally, but not exclusively, choose to limit their practice to representing clients in FINRA arbitrations. To the attorneys’ knowledge there does not exist a specialty certification for attorneys who represent clients in FINRA arbitration. Accordingly, the attorneys at ChapmanAlbin are not “specialists.” Any reference to the ChapmanAlbin attorneys as “investor rights attorneys” or the like is merely informational and meant to highlight the limiting nature of the firm’s practice but is not meant in any way to attempt to convey a specialty which does not exist.
The information provided in this website is offered for general information purposes only; it is not offered as and does not constitute legal advice in any way. While every effort is made to keep the information accurate and up-to-date, no warranty, either express or implied, is made as to the accuracy, reliability, timeliness, or completeness of the information contained or referenced herein. The information contained in Chapman Albin’s posts on its blog, fraud alerts, investigations or elsewhere on the site is based upon information obtained from other sources including, but not limited to, news outlets and federal, state, and regulatory agency filings. All suspects and subjects of postings herein are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law or administrative action and any and all crimes are alleged until a court or regulatory agency finds otherwise.
No attempt is made to establish an attorney-client relationship through the use of this site alone. The attorney-client relationship does not begin until a written agreement has been agreed upon and signed between both the client and his or her law firm. If you communicate through this site about a matter for which you are not currently represented by our firm, it is possible that your communications may not be treated as privileged or confidential.
Portions of this website may be considered advertising under the professional conduct rules of Ohio and/or the other states where our attorneys are licensed. ChapmanAlbin has attempted to comply with the appropriate legal and ethical requirements in creating this site. The hiring of an attorney is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertising.
Information on the specific licensure of each ChapmanAlbin attorney can be found here.
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Quick Review of Your Paperwork
If we think you might have a case, we will need to review a few basic documents. If we determine you have a case, then you will have the option to hire us as your attorneys to pursue it.
Signed Attorney/Client Agreement
If you decide to hire us to pursue your case, we will have you sign an attorney-client agreement so we can begin the process of trying to recover your losses.*
*In the vast majority of cases, our agreement is contingent – meaning you won’t owe us any money unless we recover money for you.