Robbins Geller Celebrates the Last Two Years of Success in New Firm Video

December 5, 2016

Robbins Geller reflects on past achievements this holiday season, which have included several groundbreaking recoveries on behalf of defrauded investors and consumers around the globe. To celebrate, the Firm is honored and excited to present this new video, which highlights the last two years.

In 2016, Robbins Geller obtained a record-breaking $1.575 billion recovery against Household/HSBC that was 14 years in the making, and finalized settlements in shareholder class actions against Goldman Sachs ($272 million recovery) and HCA ($215 million recovery). Throughout the year, Robbins Geller also served as a key member of the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in the highly publicized Volkswagen “Dieselgate” lawsuit, which resulted in a $14.7 billion settlement. Most recently, the Firm announced the settlement of the Trump University case, which will return between 55% and 100% of every dollar spent by the thousands of people who signed up for courses at Trump University. Robbins Geller was also honored with numerous awards and accolades over the past year. For instance, Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) issued their SCAS Top 50 Report, in which the Firm was ranked first for the second year in a row in both the total amount recovered for investors and number of shareholder class action recoveries. Additionally, in November, Robbins Geller was selected out of a pool of 35 finalists and was named the Elite Trial Lawyer securities firm in the country by The National Law Journal.

In showcasing our mergers and acquisitions practice group, the video highlights Robbins Geller’s well-documented effort to hold self-interested directors accountable. For instance, in 2015 the Firm obtained a $148 million trial victory against Dole CEO David Murdock and nearly $100 million in Rural/Metro, the largest damage award ever obtained against an investment bank for its role as a merger advisor.

Robbins Geller is proud to promote corporate responsibility and protect the integrity of the financial markets. The Firm looks forward to the continued pursuit of justice on behalf of its clients in 2017.

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