Jeremy Robinson is an experienced securities litigator, a fierce advocate for investor rights, and has dedicated his career to fighting corporate misconduct. He has been involved in prosecuting many high-profile securities cases and has obtained some of the largest investor recoveries in history. 

Highlights of Jeremy’s trial experience include the following:

  • Jeremy was an integral member of the team that recently achieved a significant victory at trial for investors in the In re Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac Senior Preferred Stock Purchase Agreement Class Action Litigations, No. 13-mc-01288 (D.D.C.). Jeremy and his colleagues successfully obtained a rare verdict for plaintiffs, which awarded shareholders $612 million in damages against the U.S. Federal Housing Finance Agency. 
  • He played a leading role in the In re Citigroup, Inc. Bond Action Litigation, which concerned inter alia toxic mortgage-backed securities and the 2008-09 financial crisis. The case settled before trial for $730 million, representing one of the largest recoveries ever in a securities class action brought on behalf of purchasers of debt securities and ranking among the top twenty-five largest recoveries in the history of securities class actions. 
  • He played a key role in the team that prosecuted In re Allergan Proxy Violation Securities Litigation, which concerned allegations of an unprecedented insider-trading scheme. After a hard-fought three-year legal battle, the case settled on the eve of trial for $250 million.
  • Jeremy was a member of the teams that prosecuted In re Refco Securities Litigation (total recoveries in excess of $425 million); In re WellCare Health Plans, Inc. Securities Litigation ($200 million settlement, representing the second largest settlement of a securities case in Eleventh Circuit history); and In re Bank of New York Mellon Corp. Forex Transactions Litigation, which settled for $180 million.
  • Jeremy also helped prosecute the In re Freeport-McMoRan Derivative Litigation, which settled for a cash recovery of nearly $154 million plus corporate governance reforms.

In 2000-01, Jeremy received the prestigious Harold G. Fox Scholarship and spent a year working with barristers and judges in London, England. In 2005, Jeremy obtained his Master of Laws degree from Columbia Law School, where he was honored as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.

Jeremy has been repeatedly recognized as one of the “500 Leading Plaintiff Financial Lawyers” in America by Lawdragon and one of the top-rated securities litigation attorneys in New York City by Thomson Reuters’ Super Lawyers. He also was recently named a "Litigation Star" by Benchmark Litigation, where peers complimented Jeremy’s “aggressive, front-facing” approach to litigation.