Mr. Orrico’s practice is focused on complex litigation, including matters involving securities fraud, corporate governance and shareholder rights litigation on behalf of the firm’s institutional investor clients.
Mr. Orrico has significant experience in complex litigation, representing investor plaintiffs in major securities, antitrust and ERISA litigation, as well as a variety of other business tort litigation. He has also represented insurers in matters involving directors and officers liability policies, errors and omissions, and fiduciary liability.
Mr. Orrico obtained his joint J.D. and M.B.A. from Villanova University School of Law and School of Business. He completed the 4-year joint degree program in only 3 years and has since served as a guest lecturer on securities litigation for the school. Additionally, Mr. Orrico obtained his B.A. in Economics from Yale University where he was Captain of the Varsity Baseball Team. He is the co-author of “Entire Fairness Or Business Judgment? It’s Anyone’s Guess,” which was published by Law360.com in 2015 and “The X's and O's of Football's Offseason of Discontent,” which was published by the New York Law Journal in 2011.
Mr. Orrico is a member of the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association and the Connecticut Bar Association, as well as the National Italian American Foundation. He is also a member of the Villanova Law Alumni Mentoring Program.
He is currently a member of the teams prosecuting: In re Globe Specialty Metals, Inc. Stockholders Litigation, Barovic v. Ballmer, et al. (Microsoft Corporation); 3-Sigma Value Financial Opportunities LP, et al. v. Jones (CertusHoldings, Inc.); In re Sanchez Energy Derivative Litigation; and In re: VAALCO Energy Inc. Consolidated Stockholder Litigation.