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The antitrust practice group utilizes both class action litigation methods and individual representation in federal and state courts to prosecute traditional price-fixing and restraint of trade cases.
The Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution practice group at BLB&G offers clients an accomplished team and a creative venue in which to resolve conflicts outside of the litigation process.
In the business world, compensation should be measured by success. That’s why we believe in the contingency fee as the most rational and cost-effective way to pursue high-stakes commercial litigation.
The Consumer Advocacy Practice Group at Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann LLP prosecutes cases across the entire spectrum of consumer rights, consumer fraud and consumer protection issues.
The Corporate Governance and Shareholder Rights Practice Group prosecutes derivative actions, claims for breach of fiduciary duty, and proxy violations on behalf of individual and institutional investors in state and federal courts throughout the country.
The market for derivative financial products and instruments has grown enormously in recent years, with participants involving the full range of institutional investors.
BLB&G has obtained billions of dollars through litigation on behalf of bondholders and creditors of distressed and bankrupt companies.
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) is a Federal law that protects employee pension plans and other benefits provided by private employers.
The Employment Discrimination and Civil Rights Practice Group files class actions, multiplaintiff, and other high impact litigation on behalf of individual employees against employers and other societal institutions that violate federal or state employment, anti-discrimination and civil rights laws.
Confidentially report corporate fraud and misconduct - and know your rights and protections.
BLB&G is widely recognized as one of the leading law firms worldwide advising institutional investors on issues related to corporate governance, shareholder rights, and private and class action securities litigation.
In the period from 2004 to 2006, amid rising home prices, low interest rates and a brutally competitive business environment, mortgage lenders desperate for market share began writing subprime loans in unprecedented volume.