Do do know an attorney that represents
Plaintiffs in securities law cases?
In the Bahamas?
2 Answers from Attorneys
No, but when folks ask for foreign counsel, I suggest they contact the foreign nation's consular representatives in the U.S. I'm not sure the Bahamas have a consulate in Los Angeles, but you could at least look for it, and if not, try the trade section of the Embassy of the Bahamas in Washington, D.C. This can probably be done by e-mail and you'll probably be able to get names of several attorneys in that specialty.
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