Financial Services Litigation

Representing the Investor

Wilchins Cosentino & Novins Law Firm

Wilchins Cosentino & Novins’ experienced financial services litigators have a proven track record of successfully prosecuting cases representing individual and institutional investors nationwide.

The combination of our extensive knowledge of the investment community, experience in securities and fierce determination to advocate sets us apart from other law firms.

The litigation attorneys at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins have extensive experience in financial services litigation and are well-versed in all relevant legal arguments to prepare for and handle the case for investors. In our financial services litigation practice, we represent individual investors and institutional investors to recover financial losses due to the wrongful acts of financial advisors.

Broker-Dealer Disputes

For almost thirty years, the securities litigation attorneys at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins have represented individual financial advisors in disputes before FINRA and the American Arbitration Association.

Our securities attorneys help investors navigate through FINRA arbitration, the FINRA enforcement process and the arbitration process. We also represent investors in litigations and arbitrations concerning sales practices violations.

Securities Attorneys

The securities attorneys at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins represent clients throughout the industry. Whether your dispute arises in a traditional brokerage firm relationship or through private banking and wealth management at full-service financial institutions, our securities attorneys can help to resolve such matters.

Wilchins Cosentino & Novins handles securities and financial services matters before FINRA, SEC and state regulators involving various subject matters, including:

  • Fee-based brokerage accounts
  • Unauthorized trading
  • Supervision
  • Market timing of mutual funds and variable annuities
  • Mark-ups
  • Market manipulation
  • Sales practices relating to variable annuities
  • Options trading and supervision
  • Investment advisor services

Meet Our Attorneys Leading Financial Services Litigation at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins

MA Attorney Michael B . Cosentino

Michael B. Cosentino


MA Attorney Susan Donaldson Novins

Susan Donaldson Novins


Representative Cases

Successful representation of customers against Broker-Dealers for claims of unsuitability, negligence, churning and breach of duty of care.

Arbitration of cases involving state and federal securities laws, fraud, negligent misrepresentation and breach of fiduciary duty.

Why WCN for Financial Services Litigation

Why Law Firm

Right-sized. We are large enough to have the depth of expertise and knowledge, while small enough to be available, accessible and personal.

High Caliber Legal Services. Our securities attorneys are experienced, solutions oriented, and have a proven track record in financial services litigation. We put our extensive knowledge and legal acumen to work for our clients.

Breadth of Practice Areas. We designed our law firm and our practice areas to offer a breadth of legal expertise to best serve our clients.
Concierge Approach. Our clients are assured of our accessibility, personal attention and skilled guidance as we seamlessly and adeptly address their legal needs.
Exceptional Value. We deliver exceptional value by being efficient; offering value that Boston-based firms cannot match.

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