Attorney Matthew Wolper earned his undergraduate degree from Florida State University before going on to earn his law degree from Nova Southeastern University. There, he graduated summa cum laude (top 2 percent in his class) and was a member of the Nova Law Review.
He has dedicated his law career to investment law, representing wronged investors and brokerage employees. Prior to forming Wolper Law Firm, he was a partner with a national law firm. He worked there for the first fourteen years of his legal career, representing brokerage firms and big Wall Street banks in massive securities matters. The complexity of these cases gave him a unique and deep understanding of the financial markets and securities industry—which gives him an edge above his competitions.
At Wolper Law Firm, Attorney Wolper has handled hundreds of securities cases before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the American Arbitration Association (AAA), JAMS, and in both state and federal courts. Such cases involved a wide range of complex financial products including traditional stocks, margin and securities-based lending products, structured products, alternative investments, hedge funds, penny stocks, and mutual funds.
Mr. Wolper has been recognized as a Florida SuperLawyers Rising Star every year since 2012–a distinction reserved for less than 3 percent of attorneys in the state. He also has maintained an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbell which is the highest distinction awarded to attorneys for legal ability and professional ethics.
When Attorney Wolper isn’t in court, arbitration or with a client, he spends his time with his wife and two children. He loves to coach his children’s various athletic teams and travel with his family.