Consumers and investors suffer when corporations, banks, and financial institutions and/or their employees cheat. Securities fraud comes in many forms and typically involves false misrepresentations or omissions that manipulate or sway investment decisions.
When companies collude to fix prices and restrain trade, harm accrues to competitors and individuals, alike. Antitrust lawsuits are used to stop practices that restrain trade and the operation of the free market and to compensate those who are harmed.
Partner Michael Innes wrote an article titled “Why New Jersey school districts are filing lawsuits against social media companies, which is featured in the New Jersey School Board Association Reader Forum: Student Mental Health and Social Media.
Chrysler Owners Win Cert. Of 6M Class In Takata Airbag MDL
A judge has certified a class of roughly 6 million Fiat Chrysler vehicle owners who assert fraud claims against FCA US in sprawling multidistrict litigation accusing automakers of hiding the risks associated with allegedly explosive Takata airbags.
Carella Byrne’s Michael Innes Featured in Recent The 74 Article
Innes was featured in recent article titled Teen Mental Health Crisis Pushes More School Districts to Sue Social Media Giants. “The harms caused by social media companies have impacted the districts’ ability to carry out their core mission of providing education.”