- April 2013
The second quarter 2013 newsletter highlights how the Supreme Court’s recent Amgen decision adopts the position urged by law professors who are represented by Robbins Geller. Other notable victories for Robbins Geller in the Private Equity, Austin/Meridian Capital, Rhinebridge, Idearc and Deutsche Bank cases are summarized, as well as the recent settlement victory of $67.5 million in the Wyeth case. This issue also features articles discussing Robbins Geller’s Portfolio Monitoring ProgramSM enhancements and the recent inauguration reception co-hosted with Entrust Capital and ULLICO. In addition, this issue includes an article commending Robbins Geller partner Susan Alexander's election to the California Academy of Appellate Lawyers and remembers the life of the late Robbins Geller partner Sanford “Sandy” Svetcov. Lastly, there is a calendar of recommended conferences and events to attend in April, May and June, as well as a feature on the Fifth Annual The Future of Corporate Reform 2013 Public Funds Forum.
- January 2013
The first quarter 2013 newsletter highlights Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP’s $23.5 million recovery for Constar shareholders. It also reviews topics dealing with the European Parliament and the repercussions of BP’s lack of corporate governance, and features updates on the VeriFone, First Solar and Winn-Dixie cases. This issue also spotlights Robbins Geller’s impact with its pro bono work, and includes a news brief on Susan Alexander and her partnering with the Ninth Circuit Advisory Committee, as well as a calendar of recommended conferences and events to attend in February, March and April.
- November 15, 2012
The fourth quarter 2012 newsletter spotlights the impact of the new SEC whistleblower rules and touches on the convergence of global corporate governance practices. This issue features articles on the Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP victory in Goldman Sachs and highlights Robbins Geller’s joint effort with Cherie Blair to provide legal education opportunities at the University of San Diego. It also gives a wrap up of the Corporate Governance Forum that was held in October of this year. Lastly the newsletter includes a calendar of recommended conferences and events to attend in November, December and January.
- July 2012
The third quarter 2012 newsletter highlights the recent Visa Interchange settlement of $7.25 billion – the largest antitrust cash settlement in history. Other notable victories for Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP in the Goldman Sachs, Chesapeake Energy, CIT and Delphi cases are summarized. This issue also features articles discussing Facebook's problem with corporate governance, JPMorgan and the Volcker Rule, and how combining the roles of chairman and CEO costs shareholders. In addition, this issue includes an article commending Robbins Geller partner Sandy Svetcov, and a book review of Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty. Lastly, there is a calendar of recommended conferences and events to attend in August, September and October, as well as a feature on this year's must-attend conference: The Future of Corporate Reform 2012 Public Funds Forum.