The Mauriello Law Firm, APC represents clients in business, consumer, investment, environmental, and other civil litigation in state and federal courts as well as arbitration forums. Founded in 1996 by California securities fraud attorney Thomas D. Mauriello, the Firm handles a wide variety of sophisticated and challenging legal matters, provided with personal attention and the highest standards of professionalism. The Firm's primary office is in San Clemente, California, within close proximity to courts in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, and Riverside County.
A primary area of the Firm's practice involves representing investors in investment and securities disputes with brokerage firms, investments advisors, securities issuers, and others, often in FINRA arbitration. Another primary area of the Firm's practice involves representing consumers in consumer class actions, often involving fraudulent or deceptive services or products.
In addition to working as a California securities fraud lawyer, Mr. Mauriello regularly represents individuals and businesses in commercial litigation, shareholder derivative actions, whistleblower and False Claims Act ("qui tam") cases, administrative law, appeals, public interest environmental and land use law, and commercial real estate law.
The Firm strives to deliver legal services and solutions in an efficient and cost-effective manner. A variety of billing arrangements are available, depending on the nature of the case. These include hourly, contingency, modified contingency, and flat fee billing arrangements.
California securities fraud attorney Thomas D. Mauriello is a member of the State Bar of California, as well as the state bars of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He is a member of several national, state, and local bar associations. In addition to assisting clients, Mr. Mauriello aspires to give back to the community by regularly volunteering his time and expertise with various pro bono activities. He presently serves on several committees of the Orange County Bar Association. He also serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA).