Jamie L. Berger is a member of the law firm of Barrasso Usdin Kupperman Freeman & Sarver, L.L.C., a New Orleans law firm that ranks among the top litigation firms in Louisiana. She also acts as the company`s hiring partner. Jamie is active in all aspects of complex litigation. She has litigated, arbitrated and advised clients in a variety of areas, including securities, corporate governance, contractual disputes, and government and regulatory investigations. Jamie`s customers perish. “Roger Cooper truly understands the facts and jurisdiction of securities and we can rely on his judgments and judgments. He has good advice on strategy and possible settlements. Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP has a strong national presence in securities litigation and is also heavily involved in cross-border cases, leveraging its network of qualified lawyers in the United States in Europe, Asia and Latin America. His work for issuers, underwriters, board members and others covers all securities litigation, including the emerging scope of cases involving acquisition companies. The company also holds a strong position in sectors such as fintech, technology, healthcare, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. Jay Kasner, Head of the National Securities Practice, and Vice-Presidents Scott Musoff and Susan Saltzstein are the outstanding practitioners. Kasner and Saltzstein have secured the dismissal of a series of class actions and derivatives against FedEx Corporation and several current and former officers and directors arising from the company`s failure to disclose the impact of a global cyberattack in 2017.

Kasner and Musoff were also part of a team that successfully represented Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in a long-standing case brought by a subsidiary of Cerberus Capital Management in a multi-billion dollar structured finance transaction. “I consider Glenn Vanzura and his team to be one of the best in the world when it comes to dealing with demanding, complex and sensitive legal issues. Selendy & Gay in New York has made a strong impression in the securities litigation market since its inception in 2018 with established experienced practitioners who previously formed the core of the securities practice at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP. Over the course of their careers, the firm`s 13 partners have recovered more than $45 billion for applicants. The firm, best known for its work in the financial services industry, particularly in matters related to mortgage-backed securities for residential real estate, has expanded its scope to deal with securities and structured finance disputes for plaintiffs and defendants, although its work in securities litigation is primarily on the plaintiff side. While she is still involved in some high-quality RMBS cases, she also handles issues related to other structured finance instruments, such as a credit-related bond for private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management. Key partners Philippe Selendy and Sean Baldwin, who is “a very good smart lawyer and an honest guy,” count Financial Guaranty Insurance Company, US Bank and Trilantic Capital Partners among their clients. Young partner Andrew Dunlap is also recommended. Baker Botts L.L.P.” The “incredibly fast and responsive” team is best known for its work in the energy sector and extends the scope of its securities law practice to other key industries, including financial services. Danny David in Houston and Bridget Moore in Washington DC head the global litigation department, while Houston-based Amy Pharr Hefley, along with Jessica Pulliam, leads the securities rights group, which is hailed as the “leading securities attorney in the Dallas Fort Worth market.” Another notable partner is David Sterling in Houston, who worked with Hefley as lead counsel for Chicago Bridge & Iron Company in a title recovery lawsuit alleging the company made false statements about its accounting for a $3 billion acquisition of Shaw Group in 2013 while completing two of Shaw`s nuclear projects in South Carolina and Georgia.

and its financial reports and public statements regarding these projects. “Tough, creative, demanding and without fear of negotiating cases. John Neuwirth is also competent and recognized in the securities industry. Josh Amsel and Stacey Nettleton are superstars themselves. “The team as a whole demonstrated in-depth knowledge, responsiveness and a thorough understanding of the hardware. I work with other law firms and Goodwin`s professionalism definitely stands out. Clients from all industries turn to David to advise them on capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate and securities matters. David represents issuers, underwriters, investors and investment agents in a variety of securities law matters. He assists clients in public offerings and private placements of debt bonds, equities and convertible bonds, including through initial public offerings, secondary offers and private investments in public equities (PIPE). David. Proskauer Rose LLP has an extensive practice that conducts internal investigations and defends shareholder class actions, spin-off lawsuits, ERISA stock loss lawsuits, SEC investigations and law enforcement proceedings, criminal investigations, and matters related to insurance and D&O indemnification. The firm has a large bench of litigators in New York, Boston, Los Angeles and Washington DC, but it is in DC, where the core of the group is located, with Practice Director Ann Ashton and outstanding securities litigation lawyer Ralph Ferrara being the most prominent practitioners. Ferrara continues to play a key role in representing Puerto Rico`s financial regulator and board of directors in the affairs of the largest municipal restructuring in U.S.

history, $74 billion in bond debt and $55 billion in underfunded public pension bonds. Together with Ashton, he secured transportation holding company Yellow Corporation a victory in a securities class action lawsuit in the North District of New York and spin-off sites in the District of Kansas, the District of Delaware and the Delaware Court of Chancery. “I have been working with Morrison & Foerster in securities litigation for several years. They have always achieved excellent results for us. “WilmerHale is an absolute powerhouse that can bring together deeply experienced securities lawyers with other SEC professionals who offer advice. They are the whole package. Note that WH increased more female partners than men this year. I don`t know of any other company in the top 25 that has come close. Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP is hailed as “one of the leading teams for this type of work” and has a national presence and serves clients in key sectors such as financial services and technology in high-quality, high-risk cases in the United States.

Robert Stern in Washington DC is the leading partner in white-collar, investigations, securities litigation and compliance. He recently worked for Louis Dreyfus Company LLC in an alleged class action lawsuit seeking more than $600 million in damages arising from allegations that the company manipulated the cotton futures market. Alex Talarides in San Francisco is an emerging talent in complex and high-profile securities litigation, including a stock recovery lawsuit against Apple stemming from the company`s 2019 announcement to cut its first-quarter revenue forecast to $84 billion. James Kramer, also in San Francisco, acted as co-lead counsel in this case. Mr. Gardner is a member of the commercial litigation practice Jennings Strouss and managing counsel of the firm. He is a trusted advisor for entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes. In this role, he regularly advises clients on ways to mitigate risk, achieve business objectives, develop and implement employment policies, and build, secure and protect intellectual property.