Robbins Geller’s Corporate Governance Bulletin

Fourth Quarter 2014

As detailed in Robbins Geller’s Corporate Governance Bulletin, the Firm's attorneys have been active in every phase of complex litigation on behalf of shareholders and consumers this quarter. For example, Robbins Geller attorneys achieved nearly $100 million in the Rural/Metro case, negotiated a settlement with the last remaining defendants in an antitrust lawsuit against various private equity firms (aggregate settlements of over $590 million), and successfully resolved a class action against Psychiatric Solutions and a robo-signing derivative action against Wells Fargo – each for $65+ million. The Firm’s appellate team continued its successful track record and obtained a significant post-Halliburton II class certification decision in the Eleventh Circuit Regions appeal, and also scored an important victory in the Ninth Circuit in the Allergan derivative case. From taking the lead in the early stages of the elaborate high-frequency trading case to successfully opposing a dismissal motion in the Wal-Mart bribery shareholder suit, to getting classes certified in HCA’s IPO case and J.P. Morgan’s $10 billion MBS sale, Robbins Geller remains very active in all phases of securities litigation and looks forward to serving its clients in the upcoming quarter.

Read the Fourth Quarter 2014 issue of Robbins Geller’s Corporate Governance Bulletin here.

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