Sal Graziano Discusses Tellabs Impact at Wisconsin Law School Program
October 17, 2008
Partner Salvatore Graziano participated in a conference entitled, “The Continuing Evolution of Securities Class actions,” co-sponsored by the University of Wisconsin Law School, the Institute for Law & Economic Policy and Citizens on October 17, 2008, in Madison, Wisconsin.
Mr. Graziano was a member of the “Trans National Issues & Pleading After Tellabs” panel, and drew on his expertise to discuss the implications for the recent Supreme Court Decision in the Tellabs case and its impact on securities litigation.
Mr. Graziano is an experienced trial attorney whose practice focuses primarily on securities fraud class actions. He is also one of the partners who oversees the Firm’s Subprime Litigation Practice Group, which serves to protect and vindicate shareholder and consumer rights arising from the mortgage and mortgage-based security debt crisis. He is currently lead counsel in investor class actions against subprime mortgage originators Fremont General Corp. and New Century Financial Corp.