Michael H. Rogers is a Partner in the New York office of Labaton Sucharow LLP. An experienced litigator, Mike focuses on prosecuting complex securities fraud cases on behalf of institutional investors.
He is actively involved in prosecuting In re Goldman Sachs, Inc. Securities Litigation and Murphy v. Precision Castparts Corp, among other cases.
Mike is recommended by The Legal 500.
Mike has been a member of the lead counsel teams in many successful class actions, including those against Countrywide Financial ($624 million settlement), HealthSouth ($671 million settlement), State Street ($300 million settlement), SCANA ($192.5 million settlement), CannTrust (CA $129.5 million settlement), Mercury Interactive ($117.5 million settlement), Computer Sciences Corp. ($97.5 million settlement), Jeld-Weld Holding ($40 million recovery), Virtus Investment Partners ($20 million settlement), and Acuity Brands ($15.75 million settlement).
Prior to joining Labaton Sucharow, Mike was an attorney at Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman LLP, where he practiced securities and antitrust litigation, representing international banking institutions bringing federal securities and other claims against major banks, auditing firms, ratings agencies and individuals in complex multidistrict litigation. He also represented an international chemical shipping firm in arbitration of antitrust and other claims against conspirator ship owners. Mike began his career as an attorney at Sullivan & Cromwell, where he was part of Microsoft’s defense team in the remedies phase of the Department of Justice antitrust action against the company.
Mike earned his Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, where he was a member of the Cardozo Law Review. He earned his bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from Columbia University.
Mike is proficient in Spanish.
2002, New York
U.S. Court of Appeals
2015, Second Circuit
2011, Ninth Circuit
U.S. District Court
2002, Southern District of New York
2002, Eastern District of New York