Vincent M. Serra

Vincent M. Serra



Vincent Serra is a partner in Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP’s Melville office and focuses his practice on complex securities, antitrust, consumer, and employment litigation. His efforts have contributed to the recovery of over a billion dollars on behalf of aggrieved plaintiffs and class members. Notably, Vincent has contributed to several significant recoveries, including Dahl v. Bain Cap. Partners, LLC ($590.5 million recovery), an antitrust action against the world’s largest private equity firms alleging collusive practices in multi-billion dollar leveraged buyouts, and Samit v. CBS Corp. ($14.75 million recovery), a securities action alleging that defendants made false and misleading statements about their knowledge of former CEO Leslie Moonves’s exposure to the #MeToo movement.

Additionally, Vincent was a member of the litigation team that obtained a $22.75 million settlement fund on behalf of route drivers in an action asserting violations of federal and state overtime laws against Cintas Corp. He was also part of the successful trial team in Lebrilla v. Farmers Grp., Inc., which involved Farmers’ practice of using inferior imitation parts when repairing insureds’ vehicles. Other notable cases include Alaska Elec. Pension Fund v. Pharmacia Corp. ($164 million recovery), In re Sec. Litig. ($80 million recovery), and In re DouYu Int’l Holdings Ltd. Sec. Litig ($15 million recovery). Vincent has litigated several actions against manufacturers and retailers for the improper marketing and sale of purportedly “flushable” wipes products. In Commissioners of Public Works of the City of Charleston (d.b.a. Charleston Water System) v. Costco Wholesale Corp., Vincent served as court-appointed class counsel in connection with a settlement that secured an unprecedented commitment of Kimberly-Clark to meet the national municipal wastewater standard for flushability, and recently secured similar settlements that will effectuate industry-wide improvements in manufacturer and retailers’ flushable wipes products and “do not flush” labeling for non-flushable wipes intended to reduce wipes-related sewer impacts for wastewater utilities nationwide (pending final approval).

Vincent has been listed as a Best Lawyer in America: One to Watch by Best Lawyers®. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations with a minor in History from the University of Delaware and his Juris Doctor degree from California Western School of Law, where he received the Wiley W. Manuel award for pro bono legal services. He interned and clerked at the Firm during law school. 


  • Best Lawyer in America: One to Watch, Best Lawyers®, 2024

Practice Areas


  • California Western School of Law, J.D., 2005
  • University of Delaware, B.A., 2001 


  • California
  • District of Columbia
  • New York
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of California
  • United States District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York

Notable Cases


Professional Affiliations

  • American Bar Association, Antitrust Section 
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