We are highly skilled litigation attorneys and fierce advocates for our clients with a proven track record of winning cases for individuals and businesses. Our litigation attorneys have extensive experience in both Federal and all levels of the State Courts in Massachusetts, as well as with arbitrators and administrative agencies across the country.
At Wilchins Cosentino & Novins, we take an assertive and proactive approach, leveraging our legal knowledge, keen insights and sharp instincts to achieve successful outcomes for our clients.
As litigation attorneys, we are passionate about getting the right results and we will fight hard to achieve that end. In short, our litigation services rival those offered by the best firms in Boston, all at a value they cannot match.
Our Business Litigation Services
Wilchins Cosentino & Novins has a substantial business litigation practice representing publicly held corporations, institutions, partnerships, family-owned and other privately held companies. Our business litigation attorneys represent cases involving complex business and contract disputes, shareholder disputes, business torts, noncompetition covenants, breach of contract, fraud, unfair and deceptive business practice claims, professional liability litigation, construction matters and other business related disputes.
Meet the Litigators at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins
Michael B. Cosentino
Susan Donaldson Novins
The litigation attorneys at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins have achieved favorable results for clients in a broad range of matters in Federal and State courts, the Massachusetts Appeals Court, and before State and local boards, committees and administrative agencies.
Why WCN for Litigation
Right-sized. We are large enough to have the depth of expertise and knowledge, while small enough to be available, accessible and personal.
Exceptional Value. We deliver exceptional value by being efficient; offering value that Boston-based firms cannot match.
The Latest in Law
We began this series with an important, 2-part observation: Closely held enterprises either experiencing - or positioned for - rapid growth, often face significant challenges and risks. Management can help address these challenges by utilizing a Board of Advisors. An...
On November 8, 2022, Massachusetts voted to amend its state constitution and authorize the “Millionaires Tax”. As a result, Massachusetts taxpayers who receive more than $1 million in taxable income in a year will be subject to an additional 4% tax on income in excess...
Overview On November 2, 2017, in an unprecedented gesture of fiscal generosity, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and increased the federal unified gift and estate tax exemption (“federal exemption” or “exemption”) from $5.49 million to $11.18 million and...