What You Should Know
Our primary practice is litigation under Section 16(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Section 16(b) is the original “insider trading” statute of the federal securities laws. It obligates a public company’s insiders to hand over to the company the profit they make from any purchase and sale of the company’s equity securities within less than six months.
We have worked on scores of these matters. Usually we represent a plaintiff stockholder, but in a couple of cases we have represented the company itself. Our litigated cases have won plaintiffs significant victories on unsettled questions of federal securities law and even constitutional law.
If you are an investor interested in participating in one of our suits, please contact us. We can review your portfolio free of charge, regardless of its size. If it turns out you have a claim, we can help you bring it at no cost to you.