The Wolper Law Firm is a client focused law firm devoted to recovering investment losses on behalf of aggrieved investors. We pursue claims nationwide and in all forums, including arbitration before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), American Arbitration Association (AAA) and JAMS. We also pursue claims in state and federal courts.
When choosing a law firm to represent you in the recovery of investment losses, it is important that you choose an experienced attorney that is willing and capable of taking your case through the trial phase. We take cases to trial, and we prepare each one accordingly from the start. We have the experience, judgment, and vision to develop the arguments that result in favorable outcomes. It is our mission to build a deep and trusting relationship with our clients and become your partners in the process.
If you have experienced investment losses, and believe that those losses are as a result of poor investment advice, the Wolper Law Firm invites you to call or visit for a free consultation to tell us your story. In turn, we will provide you with an honest case evaluation and help you determine your best course of action.
Prior to forming the Wolper Law Firm, Mr. Wolper was a partner with a national law firm, where he spent the first fourteen years of his career representing the largest Wall Street banks and brokerage firms in large dollar securities matters. This experience provided him with a deep understanding of the securities industry and how brokerage firms evaluate cases. This experience and insight, coupled with his focus, work ethic and trial readiness, gives Mr. Wolper a competitive advantage above his peers.
Stephan Louviere, Of Counsel
Stephan Louviere is a seasoned litigator, who focuses his practice on securities litigation and arbitration matters. Mr. Louviere also has extensive experience handling cases involving the propriety of complex variable, universal and whole life insurance products. Mr. Louviere has litigated hundreds of securities and insurance related matters in state and federal courts, and in arbitration forums, including the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the American Arbitration Association (AAA).