...Lawyers at Kaplan Fox & Kilsheimer had deposed Bank of America Corp. chief executive officer Brian...
Bank of America Corp. has agreed to pay $2.43 billion to settle alleged federal securities law violations in Bank of America's acquisition of Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. in 2009
...hiring Jason Zweig, a former partner at New York's Kaplan Fox & Kilsheimer who specializes in antitrust, securities, consumer and other complex and...
Plaintiffs' lawyers who obtained the record $624 million class action settlement last year on behalf of shareholders of Countrywide Financial Corp. are scrambling to remake their deal after more than
The lead plaintiffs' firm that obtained a $624 million shareholder settlement against Countrywide Financial Corp. and KPMG LLP — the largest recovery to date in a securities class action filed
The Toyota litigation is the latest high-profile case to attract a set of plaintiffs' securities firms that have become increasingly competitive regulars in the fight for lead counsel status in big-t
A rare joint letter to the SEC from a group of defense law firms over shareholder proxy access received an even rarer response from nine of the country's largest plaintiffs' law firms, including New
...Kaplan Fox & Kilsheimer in New York; Joseph M. Vanek and David P...
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