In re WorldCom, Inc. Securities Litigation Settled for over $6.19 billion after three years of litigation and four weeks of trial; recovered over 65% of bond damages.
In re Cendant Corporation Securities Litigation Settled for more than $3.3 billion in cash (approximately 40% of damages).
In re Bank of America Securities Litigation (Merrill Lynch Merger) By far the largest recovery for investors in a litigation arising from the financial crisis.
In re Nortel Networks Corporation Securities Litigation Settled for over $1.07 billion in cash and stock.
In re Merck & Co., Inc. Securities Litigation Settled for over $1.06 billion after 12 years of litigation and a successful appeal at the United States Supreme Court; largest securities recovery ever achieved against a pharmaceutical company.
In re McKesson HBOC, Inc. Securities Litigation Settlements totaling over $1.05 billion after seven years of litigation; largest securities recovery in Ninth Circuit history.
In re HealthSouth Bondholder Litigation $230 million for bondholders (part of $804 million total for investors) in litigation arising from longest running financial fraud in U.S. history.
Washington Public Power Supply System Litigation Settled for $750 million (50% of damages) after seven years of litigation and three months of trial.
In re Lehman Brothers Equity/Debt Securities Litigation $735 million recovery for investors in Lehman Brothers.
In re Citigroup, Inc. Bond Action Litigation $730 million recovery for Citigroup bondholders.
Schering-Plough Corporation/ Merck & Co., Inc. (Vytorin/Zetia Securities Litigation) Combined $688 million settlement in coordinated litigation against Merck and Schering-Plough
In re Lucent Technologies, Inc. Securities Litigation Resolved for more than $667 million in cash, stock and warrants.
In re Wachovia Corp. Securities Litigation $627 million recovery - second largest recovery for investors in a litigation arising from the financial crisis.
Bear Stearns Mortgage Pass-Through Litigation $500 million recovery for investors in litigation arising from the financial crisis.
Ohio Public Employees Retirement System, et al. v. Freddie Mac, et al. Settled for $410 million.
In re Refco, Inc. Securities Litigation Multiple settlements with defendants which total more than $407 million.
Merrill Lynch Mortgage Pass-Through Litigation $315 million recovery – the first ever obtained for purchasers of mortgage-back securities.
In re Williams Securities Litigation Settled for $311 million on eve of trial.
New York State Teachers' Retirement System v. General Motors Company Third largest securities class action recovery within the Sixth Circuit.
In re DaimlerChrysler, Inc. Securities Litigation Settled on eve of trial for $300 million.
In re Bristol-Myers Squibb Securities Litigation Settled for $300 million.
In re El Paso Corporation Securities Litigation Settled for $285 million.
In re JPMorgan Mortgage Pass-Through Litigation Settled for $280 million.
In re 3Com Corporation Securities Litigation Settled for $259 million (50% of class’ recognized losses).
In re Allergan, Inc. Proxy Violation Securities Litigation Settled for $250 million.
In re MF Global Holdings Limited Securities Litigation Settled for $250 million.
In re Washington Mutual, Inc., Securities Litigation $225 million recovery for WaMu shareholders.
In re Genworth Financial Inc. Securities Litigation $219 million recovery for investors.
BFA Liquidation Trust v. Arthur Andersen Settled, after six days of trial, for $217 million (70% recovery of damages for investors and retirees).
In re Salix Pharmaceuticals, Ltd. Securities Litigation Settled for $210 million.
In re The Mills Corporation Securities Litigation Settled for $202.75 million - largest securities class action recovery ever achieved in Virginia; second largest in Fourth Circuit
(Wellcare) Eastwood Enterprises LLC, et al. v. Todd S. Farha, et al. $200 million settlement - largest federal securities settlement in Florida history
In re Bank of New York Mellon Corp. Forex Transactions Litigation $180 million settlement for investors.