“Robbins Geller obtains premium recoveries for its clients and is unrivaled in the securities litigation field.”
Stephanie Schroder’s practice focuses on advising institutional investors, including public and multi-employer pension funds, on issues related to corporate fraud in the United States securities markets.
Stephanie Schroder is a partner in the San Diego office. Ms. Schroder earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kentucky in 1997 and her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Kentucky, College of Law in 2000. During law school, Ms. Schroder served as an intern for the Honorable Sara Walter Combs, Kentucky Court of Appeals, 7th Appellate District. In 2006, Ms. Schroder helped campaign for her father, the late Justice Wil Schroder, who was elected to the Kentucky Supreme Court and served from 2007 until his retirement in January 2013.
Ms. Schroder has significant experience prosecuting every aspect of securities fraud class actions and has obtained millions of dollars on behalf of defrauded investors. Prominent cases include: In re AT&T Corp. Sec. Litig. ($100 million recovery at trial); In re FirstEnergy Corp. Sec. Litig. ($89.5 million recovery); Rasner v. Sturm (FirstWorld Commc'ns); and In re Advanced Lighting Sec. Litig. Ms. Schroder also specializes in derivative litigation for breaches of fiduciary duties by corporate officers and directors. Significant litigation includes In re OM Group S'holder Litig. and In re Chiquita S'holder Litig. Currently, Ms. Schroder is representing clients that have suffered losses from the Madoff fraud in the Austin Capital and Meridian Capital litigations.
Ms. Schroder’s practice also focuses on advising institutional investors, including public and multi-employer pension funds, on issues related to corporate fraud in the United States securities markets. Ms. Schroder is a frequent lecturer on securities fraud, shareholder litigation, and options for institutional investors seeking to recover losses caused by securities and/or accounting fraud.
National Coordinating Committee for Multi-Employer Plans, Member
International Foundation for Employee Benefit Plans, Member
Seminars and Speaking Engagements
- International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Fourth District Progress Meeting, Virginia Beach, Virginia
- Kentucky State Building and Construction Trades Council, Biennial Convention, Louisville, Kentucky
- Oregon State Building and Construction Trades Council, 51st Annual Convention, Bend, Oregon
- Kentucky State Building and Construction Trades Council, Biennial Convention, Lexington, Kentucky