In his Corporate Securities column, John C. Coffee Jr., the Adolf A. Berle Professor of Law at Columbia University Law School, grades the plaintiff's bar and the SEC, finding that private enforcement
Javier Bleichmar, a partner at Labaton Sucharow, and Cynthia Hanawalt, an associate with the firm, analyze a Second Circuit decision holding that statements in offering documents about goodwill and l
Southern District Judge Deborah Batts ruled from the bench that the settlement was "fair, reasonable and adequate," overruling the sole objection by an investor, which did not appear in court
...have a combined value of almost $5.5 billion. In comparison, Labaton Sucharow, which ranks close to Bernstein Litowitz in surveys of top securities...
Alleging he was paid his regular wage for hours worked in excess of 40 each week instead of time-and-a-half, an attorney employed doing document review on a temporary basis last summer by Quinn Emanu
... as of counsel in the antitrust practice. All were with Labaton Sucharow, where Salzman was managing chair and Persky was cochair and founder...
...SEC to Perform Economic Analyses Hinders Financial Reform Labaton Sucharow's Michael W. Stocker and Philip C. Smith write: A drastic...
Labaton Sucharow's Michael W. Stocker and Philip C. Smith write: A drastic new change to long-established rulemaking practices may signal that our increasingly partisan political process is now exert
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