Tony Thompson, Thompson National Properties, and TNP Strategic Retail Trust Sued

Tony ThompsonThompson National Properties, and TNP Strategic Retail Trust have been sued in a class action by securities attorneys Jason Kane and Joe Peiffer, along with their co-counsel.

Attorneys Jason Kane, Joe Peiffer, and their colleagues have been filing cases on behalf of investors in a number of real estate investment programs sponsored by Thompson National Properties and Tony Thompson.  The class action against TNP Strategic Retail Trust is their third class action on behalf of TNP investors in programs.  

Attorneys Kane and Peiffer also represent investors in TNP 6700 Santa Monica Boulevard and TNP 2008 Participating Notes and have filed class actions and other cases in their behalf.

In the recently-filed class action against TNP Strategic Retail Trust, Thompson, and TNP, attorneys Kane, Peiffer, and their co-counsel alleged several violations of the securities rules and regulations in connection with the public offering orchestrated by TNP Strategic Retail Trust.

A number of  TNP real estate investment programs such as  TNP 12% Notes, TNP 2008 Participating Notes, and TNP Strategic Retail Trust, have failed to pay investor distributions for many months.  Two other TNP programs – Bruin Fund and TNP 6700 Santa Monica Boulevard (“TNP Kodak”) have closed, and investors in those programs have suffered large losses.

TNP investors may contact attorneys Jason Kane and Joe Peiffer, at 585-310-5140 for a free evaluation of their recovery options.

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