Martis Alex speaks about keyless ignition technology defect.
Martis Alex was featured on Spanish language television station Telemundo in a story on Firm’s keyless ignition lawsuit.
Martis Alex talks to ABC's Good Morning America about the Firm’s consumer class action against automakers over keyless ignition carbon monoxide deaths.
Martis Alex gives an exclusive interview on the Firm’s consumer class action against automakers over keyless ignition carbon monoxide deaths.
Partner Michael W. Stocker spoke to Fox Business on the treasury securities case alleging collusion by 22 financial institutions.
Jordan A. Thomas offered his views on how the Ontario Securities Commission can enable whistleblowers to come forward through new initiatives
Jordan A. Thomas comments on Wall Street’s ethical culture and power players.
Jordan A. Thomas discusses how new study shows little has changed on Wall Street.
Jordan A. Thomas speaks on the Firm's recent financial services professional ethics survey.
Jay L. Himes answers questions about antitrust policy and process for The Capitol Forum Antitrust Interview Series.
Gregory Asciolla provides some detail on the class action suit against large banks for platinum and palladium price-fixing.
Jordan A. Thomas joined a panel discussion at Baruch College's Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity as it hosted the Government Accountability Project's "American Whistleblower Tour"
Chairman Lawrence A. Sucharow and partners Martis Alex, Eric J. Belfi, Christopher J. Keller and Michael W. Stocker discuss the June 23 Supreme Court decision in Halliburton v. Erica P. John Fund and its effect on investors and securities class actions.
Thomas A. Dubbs and Christopher J. McDonald discuss the main points of the case and what's at stake for class actions.
Jordan A. Thomas speaks on current economic environment and the protective measures implemented by the SEC Whistleblower Program
Jordan A. Thomas discusses the SEC's whistleblower program with Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves"
Jordan A. Thomas speaks with Stephanie Ruhle on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves" to discuss SAC Capital Advisors' agreement to plead guilty to insider trading
Jordan A. Thomas discusses the economic effects of a government shutdown with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock"
Jordan A. Thomas comments on a new survey showing Wall Street ignores insider trading
Jordan A. Thomas discusses survey results which reveals widespread misconduct amongst Wall Street professionals
Michael W. Stocker talks about Dexia SA's lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase & Co. over collateralized securities and the U.S. Justice Department's case against Standard & Poor's
Jordan A. Thomas discusses the SEC's probe of Deutsche Bank
Jordan A. Thomas speaks on the results of Labaton Sucharow's survey of 500 financial services professionals across the United States and United Kingdom. Conducted by Populus in June, Wall Street, Fleet Street and Main Street: Corporate Integrity at a Crossroads reveals startling data on corporate ethics, the regulatory landscape, and individuals' willingness to blow the whistle on wrongdoing
Michael W. Stocker participated in a lively debate at the Vator Conference, representing the cons in the crowdfunding act by explaining the underlying risks for entrepeneurs and investors
Jordan A. Thomas explains that corporate corruption is not limited to the financial services industry in a CNBC interview
Michael W. Stocker discusses government efforts to boost small-business lending
Jordan A. Thomas speaks on Dodd-Frank and the new Whistleblower laws
Jordan A. Thomas explains how the new whistleblower rules will help reduce the number of scandals and improve the SEC's investigations
Jordan A. Thomas talks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about the whistleblower provisions found in Dodd-Frank and the early results of the program
Media roundtable discussion October 12, 2011 in London on How U.S. Financial Reforms and Recent Whistleblower Provisions Impact Global Financial Institutions
Christopher J. Keller talks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about investment bank UBS' recently disclosed $2.3 billion dollar unauthorized trading loss and incident's regulatory implications
Thomas A. Dubbs discusses the increase in securities class action-related lawsuits during a January 9, 2009 interview on Bloomberg TV. According to Stanford Law School's Securities Class Action Clearinghouse (SCAC) and Cornerstone Research, investors filed almost a 20% increase in federal securities class action lawsuits in 2008