To plaintiffs firms, there are financial scandals, and then there is Libor. Lawyers say the Libor scandal is not only unprecedented in its reach, but also in its potential for litigatio
A proposed accounting rule that would require companies to disclose financial loss contingencies, including those from suits, is drawing criticism from the corporate defense bar
...Gerald Silk, a partner in New York's Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossman whose clients include foreign investors, noted that 85 percent of the class...
...in some circumstances.Stanley Grossman, a partner in Pomerantz Haudek Block Grossman & Gross in New York who represented Stoneridge, says bankers, lawyers and...
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