At Cornell Dolan, P.C., our attorneys have deep experience in all areas of securities litigation.
We have represented shareholders who have been victims of securities fraud. Investors who wrongly trusted their brokers or advisors. Companies on the hook in an SEC investigation. Investment advisors facing FINRA hearings. Businesses defending themselves against class action lawsuits. Federal court. Massachusetts Superior Court. FINRA arbitrations. You name it, our attorneys have been there.
Partner Timothy Cornell cut his teeth on securities law advising start-ups and private equity investors at Foley Hoag LLP. He later joined Boies, Schiller & Flexner, L.P., where he litigated blockbuster class action lawsuits on behalf of shareholders and defendants. He served in the Chief Counsel’s Office of the Division of Trading and Markets at the United States Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C., where he helped craft regulation on derivatives during the financial meltdown in 2007.
After winning a significant verdict at trial, Patrick Dolan has gone to the Massachusetts Supreme Court on a landmark case that helped define an investment advisor’s fiduciary duty toward his client. He has represented broker dealers and investors alike in FINRA arbitration and mediations, complex securities litigation in federal court, and defended a global payments company in securities litigation brought by the SEC.
The lawyers at Cornell Dolan, P.C. have litigated a range of securities law violations, including:
They have represented clients in Massachusetts actions that have included:
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The top-rated securities attorneys at Cornell Dolan, P.C. have an extensive track record of successful securities cases, including high-profile cases worth millions of dollars. Our firm understands how the securities regulatory system works and how to identify securities issues.
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