& Securities Litigation
When institutional investors suffer significant losses from corporate wrongdoing such as making misleading public statements, using deceitful accounting practices, backdating options, insider trading, or other fraudulent activities, they may bring a securities class action under federal or state law. Likewise, when corporate management fails to act in the best interests of the corporation, shareholders may bring derivative actions to assert the corporation’s rights and protect shareholder interests. Our Firm works to hold companies accountable for misconduct and misrepresentations to their shareholders and investors. We are dedicated to ensuring our clients are treated fairly by maximizing recoveries of lost funds and addressing corporate governance issues to enhance shareholder value. Our attorneys have extensive experience advising individual and institutional investors, pension funds, and financial institutions on issues related to corporate governance, shareholder rights, and private and class action securities litigation.