Our practice focuses on representing institutional and individual investors on a full or partial contingency fee basis in securities and shareholder litigation. In that sphere, we represent and advise clients on a wide range of claims, including securities fraud, stock options backdating, market manipulation, mergers and acquisitions, and self-dealing transactions by corporate executives. More generally, we also represent parties in complex commercial disputes.
Our attorneys have strong courtroom experience, having led trial teams in the Delaware Court of Chancery and New York Supreme Court in commercial and shareholder disputes.
Our attorneys have also authored articles on a range of topics relevant to investor and class action litigation. Most recently, the New York Law Journal published our article on the 4-3 decision of the New York Court of Appeals in Kirschner v. KPMG LLP holding that the in pari delicto doctrine -- the principle that courts will not intercede to resolve a dispute between wrongdoers -- applies broadly to bar claims by a company against third parties who assist corporate insiders in wrongdoing.
States of Florida, New Jersey and New York
U.S. Courts of Appeals, 2d Cir. and 4th Cir.
U.S. District Courts, D.N.J., E.D.N.Y., S.D. Fla. and S.D.N.Y.
New York University School of Law
Areas of Practice
- Business Torts
- Class Action
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Securities Law
Number of Attorneys
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