Max Berger and Sean Coffey Featured in The New York Times Coverage of Securities Class Action Landscape - "There is No Shortage of Fraud"

July 7, 2006

The New York Times ("The Times") featured BLB&G Partners Max Berger and Sean Coffey in "A Class-Action Shuffle," an article exploring new opportunities in securities law given the current stock-options backdating scandal and the indictment of another leading securities law firm.

The Times described BLB&G as “among the most prominent” firms in the field of securities litigation and quoted Mr. Berger, “There’s no shortage of fraud, and no shortage of people who want to capitalize on making money wrongfully.”

Consistently atop the rankings of plaintiffs’ law firms for securities class action settlements, BLB&G is widely recognized for its prosecution of several of the most significant securities recoveries in history, such as WorldCom ($6.15 billion settlement) and Cendant ($3.2 billion settlement).