Howard M. Rosenfield, an Investment Fraud Attorney located in Farmington, Connecticut, and Boca Raton, Florida, helps investors throughout the U.S. to recover financial losses due to financial advisor misconduct through arbitration and mediation proceedings before FINRA, JAMS, and the American Arbitration Association (AAA).
Attorney Rosenfield emphasizes that financial services misconduct may include the recommendation of speculative investments that were unsuitable in light of an investor’s background, experience, knowledge, or financial needs. Most customers have the right to demand mediation or arbitration of any dispute with their advisor, broker or brokerage firm. Because arbitration and mediation of financial disputes are less costly than going to court, it makes sense to take action before rights of recovery are lost.
“Our mission, is to assist investors in the recovery of their financial assets lost through broker or brokerage firm misconduct. My goal is to make the client whole through the mediation or arbitration process.”
Attorney Rosenfield offers his 35 years of experience, skill, and expertise to achieve restitution for defrauded investors. He attended Reed College, The Evergreen State College, and achieved the designation of Juris Doctor (J.D.) from the California Western School of Law and is involved with several professional organizations including the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA), Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, Florida Bar, Connecticut Bar, and the American Bar Associations. Sharing his expertise, Attorney Rosenfield participates in the Connecticut Bar Association’s seminars that include Securities Arbitration, Recoveries for Madoff-like Victims, and International Arbitration.
For more information about how to recover your financial assets lost as a result of financial misconduct by a financial advisor or brokerage firm, contact Attorney Howard Rosenfield at 860-677-4334 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Attorney Rosenfield is also available to speak on specific subject matter topics related to investment fraud.