Michael Bixby focuses his practice on representing customers and investors in securities and investment fraud litigation. He has successfully represented hundreds of investment fraud victims around the country in a variety of forums including arbitrations, and state and federal courts. Mr. Bixby takes pride in fighting to achieve justice for his clients through litigation, mediation, or trials and arbitrations.
He also has experience handling class actions, products liability claims, complex commercial, business, and breach of contract disputes, whistleblower and qui tam litigation, interpleader matters, and personal injury claims.
Mr. Bixby’s broad experience in securities and investment fraud cases includes representing clients in claims involving suitability, overconcentration, failure to supervise, breach of fiduciary duty, lack of due diligence, fraud, selling away, sale of unregistered securities, and ERISA 401(k) and retirement plan litigation. He has also represented clients in claims involving bonds, bond funds, stocks, private placements, non-traded Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), direct participation programs, Limited Partnerships (LPs) and Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs), Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) and inverse and leveraged ETFs, and insurance products, among others.