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Securities Litigation and Arbitration, Complex Commercial Litigation,
and Appellate Litigation

SCHOEPPL& BURKE, P.A., based in Boca Raton, Florida, is a litigation boutique firm with a national federal trial practice which focuses on securities litigation and arbitration, regulatory defense of individuals and businesses, receivership litigation, appellate litigation, white collar criminal defense, and complex commercial litigation. The firm strives to provide the highest quality of legal representation for clients in sophisticated litigation matters, and to maintain an exceptional level of responsiveness to our clients and their legal needs.

The cornerstone of Schoeppl & Burke, P.A. is its securities litigation practice. The firm’s securities litigation practice group is led by Carl F. Schoeppl, Esq., a former senior federal prosecutor with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission with substantial experience in the securities laws arena, and Mark J. Krum, Esq., a former Assistant United States Attorney with the United States Department of Justice and Associate Independent Counsel with the Office of Independent Counsel, with extensive experience in prosecuting and defending complex securities fraud cases. The unique blend of securities experience of Messrs. Schoeppl and Krum enables them to provide clients with comprehensive representation in all facets of securities litigation ranging from SEC enforcement actions, federal and state criminal securities fraud prosecutions, derivative securities actions, adversary proceedings in federal bankruptcy actions, receivership proceedings in federal and state court, SIPC liquidation proceedings in federal court, NYSE enforcement proceedings, NASD enforcement proceedings, securities regulatory proceedings by state and self regulatory organizations, foreign securities private and governmental securities litigation, federal securities appellate litigation, broker-dealer defense, to customer securities arbitration proceedings before the NYSE and NASD.