- December 18, 2014
- May 1, 2014
- June 21, 2013
- May 25, 2012
- May 23, 2012
- September 27, 2011
- June 22, 2011
A relatively small number of large investment banks vastly increased their leverage and the level of risks they took with toxic balance sheets. Regulators and the business establishment formed in effect an unholy collusion resulting in a failure of governance.
- Successful Corporate Governance Implements Checks and Balances between Shareholders, the Board of Directors and ManagementJune 22, 2011
The enormous amount of power that is concentrated in corporations requires the implementation of good corporate governance practices such as dividing the roles of Chairman of the Board and CEO, specification of how corporations function internally, and definition of how managers relate to owners and directors.
- June 22, 2011
Litigation is an effective tool to influence positive corporate conduct. As a condition of settlement changes in corporate governance are specified such as separation of the CEO and Chairman of the Board, designation of a shareholder nominated director and correction of insider trading rules and stock option plans.
- September 27, 2010
New Orleans houses and playgrounds were rebuilt with a one million dollar donation to Reach out America combined with labor from Robbins Geller Rudman and Dowd partners and employees.
- June 24, 2008
CNN segment regarding the Firm's case on behalf of cell phone users defrauded by illegal and deceptive early termination fees.
- April 3, 2008
Patrick Coughlin Discusses Bear Sterns Shareholder Suit on CNBC's Power Lunch.
- January 25, 2008
Good Morning America segment on the case against Dannon Activia and DanActive false health benefit claims.
- January 24, 2008
ABC World News Tonight segment on the case against Dannon Activia and DanActive false health benefit claims.
- December 14, 2007
Robert Siegel gets the details from Bonny Sweeney, one of the lawyers who brought the case to court. She's a partner in the firm Coughlin, Stoia, Geller, Rudman and Robbins.
- Former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt Says Investor Lawsuits an Important Check on Corporate Misdeeds in a Recent Interview with Bloomberg’s Carol MassarSeptember 25, 2007
View the video and transcript of the interview.