At C/P/R, we provide our clients with the knowledge and resources to uncover fraud, waste and abuse, analyze losses, and offer superior representation to cover those losses.
While laws are designed to protect the interests of shareholders, the portfolios of institutional investors have suffered large losses as a direct result of false financial reporting and the failure of corporate officers to live up to their fiduciary responsibilities.
As a result, institutional investors and their trustees are taking steps to seek recovery due to corporate fraud and seek corporate governance changes designed to maximize shareholder value going forward. In many cases, institutional investors have turned to us for legal advice.
Over the last four decades the firm's record of success has been based on extensive experience in litigating some of the nation's most complex cases.
Securities Litigation Practice
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We have successfully litigated cases for, and are presently litigating cases on behalf of, numerous public entities, including the following matters.
PGW Retirement Fund v. Alcoa et al, (C.P. Philadelphia, March 2009, No. 1020, transferred to C.P. Allegheny, No. GD-09-018679) (Co-counsel for class action plaintiffs on derivative claim arising from foreign bribery scheme).
In Re Evergreen Ultra Short Opportunities Fund Securities Litig., No. 1:08-CV-11064 (D. Mass.) (Court appointed co-lead counsel and class counsel on behalf of proposed class of investors in collapsed Evergreen Ultra Short Opportunities Fund).