Attorney Howard Rosenfield – Professional Referrals For Victims of Broker and Advisor Misconduct

Attorney Howard Rosenfield helps investors throughout the United States would suffer losses due to the negligence or misconduct of advisors in brokerage firms. Through arbitration and mediation, attorney Howard Rosenfield assists investors at the following fora:
FINRA Dispute Resolution, JAMS Arbitration, American Arbitration Association, and other Arbitration and Mediation services. He has been an Arbitrator for FINRA/NASD for more than 20 years.
With more than 35 years of experience, Attorney Rosenfield provides assistance to individuals, institutions, Trusts, Estates Pension and Profit Sharing Plans, and others.
Sharing his expertise, Attorney Rosenfield has participated in and served as Chairman for Bar
Association seminars on the Prudential Limited Partnership Expedited Arbitration Procedures, for
Recovery of Bernie Madoff Ponzi Schemes, and chained seminars on FINRA and NASD proceedings.
He also has written a monthly editorial for Senior Life magazine and makes appearances on various
television and radio shows including CNBC (formerly the Financial News Network).
Howard’s legal counsel is available not only to his clients but to other attorneys as well. If you are an
attorney and looking for assistance with your clients’ securities law matter, contact the Law Offices of
Howard Rosenfield today. We take pride in our work with other lawyers to achieve the common goal of
recovering our clients’ losses. By hiring our experienced attorneys to assist with your client’s case, you
are providing a great service to your clients’ financial well-being.
Lawyers and many other professionals have trusted Howard M. Rosenfield to handle their clients’
If you have a case that you would like to Co-Counsel or refer to the Law Offices of Howard Rosenfield,
please call (860) 677-4334 today.

Professional Referrals Can Be Made to Howard M. Rosenfield for the Following Services:

  • Elder Fraud / Financial Exploitation of the Elderly
  • Variable Annuities
  • Alternative Investments
  • Failure to Supervise
  • Oil And Gas Partnerships
  • Leveraged  (“ETFs”) Exchange Traded Funds
  • Mutual Fund Switching
  • Private Placements
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty
  • Churning (Excessive Trading)
  • Failure to Diversify
  • Margin Account Abuse
  • Misrepresentation and Omissions (Common Law Fraud)
  • Pump and Dump Schemes
  • Self-Dealing
  • Suitability
  • Quantitative Suitability
  • Tenants In Common (“TIC”) 1031 Exchange
  • Unauthorized Trading
  • Securities Fraud
  • Over Concentration
  • Failure to Execute
  • Breach of Contract