Alan Rosca is a securities lawyer and a member of the Peiffer Rosca Wolf law firm. He teaches Securities Regulation at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University and is a speaker and author on attorney ethics and professionalism. Alan focuses his legal practice on complex commercial and financial litigation and arbitration, particularly in the areas of securities and investment fraud. His other areas of interest are ERISA, mass torts, privacy and data collection, employment cases, and international disputes. Alan often represents individual and institutional investors who suffered losses as a result of fraud, Ponzi schemes, stockbroker misconduct, and other securities rule violations. He has initiated class actions on behalf of thousands of investors nationwide who lost their savings because of investment fraud or misconduct. He has co-counseled cases with attorneys across the country, from class actions to FINRA arbitrations and receivership actions. Alan has been quoted in the media on the topic of investment loss recovery from Ponzi schemes. He has co-authored amicus curiae memoranda submitted to state Supreme Courts on behalf of investors in securities litigation proceedings. He is currently authoring a study on the characteristics of the typical Ponzi scheme perpetrator and recovery venues available to investors. He received his Juris Doctor degree summa cum laude from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University. While in law school, he served as a Managing Editor of the Cleveland State Law Review, received the Dean’s (full) scholarship for the entire Juris Doctor program, was on the Dean’s List, and won the “Best Oralist” award in the Jessup Moot Court competition, Pacific Region. He passed the Ohio Bar exam in top 1%, with the highest grade in the state to the multi-state (federal law) section. He is a member of the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association, a nationwide association of securities lawyers dedicated to representing investors in securities-related disputes. He also holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Baldwin Wallace University, Ohio. Before becoming a lawyer, Alan worked in the securities industry and developed first-hand knowledge of the industry’s compliance and supervisory procedures and their practical enforcement. His exposure to the inner workings of the securities industry has helped him better represent investors as an attorney-at-law, in cases against industry actors that fail in their duties to protect the investing public and abide by the securities rules and regulations. Alan is licensed to practice law in Ohio, and was admitted before federal courts in the Fourth Circuit, Northern District of Ohio, Northern District of Texas, Eastern District of Virginia, Northern District of Iowa, and Central District of California.