Andrew Abramowitz, Senior Counsel in the Securities Department, concentrates his practice in shareholder litigation, representing investors in matters under the federal securities laws and state law governing breach of fiduciary duty.
Daniel Berger graduated with honors from Princeton University and Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone academic scholar. He is a senior member and Executive Shareholder. Over the last two decades, he has been involved in complicated commercial litigation including class action securities, antitrust, consumer protection and bankruptcy cases.
Executive Shareholder Emeritus & Of Counsel
Harold Berger is Of Counsel & Executive Shareholder Emeritus. Judge Berger participated in many complex litigation matters, including the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Litigation, No. A89-095, in which he served on the case management committee and as Co-Chair of the national discovery team.
Gary E. Cantor
Gary E. Cantor is Of Counsel in the Philadelphia office. He concentrates his practice on securities and commercial litigation and derivatives valuations.
Joy P. Clairmont
Joy Clairmont is a Shareholder in the Whistleblower, Qui Tam & False Claims Act Group, which has recovered more than $3 billion for federal and state governments, as well as over $500 million for the firm’s whistleblower clients.
Todd S. Collins
Todd S. Collins has led scores of securities and ERISA litigations over his 38 years at the Firm, winning recoveries in the hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of plaintiffs and the classes they represent.
Executive Shareholder & General Counsel
Michael Dell’Angelo is a Executive Shareholder in the Antitrust, Commercial Litigation, Commodities & Financial Instruments, and Securities & Investor Protection practice groups. He serves as co-lead counsel in a variety of complex antitrust cases, including Le, et al. v. Zuffa, LLC, No. 15-1045 (D. Nev.) (alleging the Ultimate Fighting Championship (“UFC”) obtained illegal monopoly power of the market for Mixed Martial Arts promotions and suppressed the compensation of MMA fighters).
Mr. Deutsch has been involved in numerous major shareholder class action cases. He served as lead counsel in the Delaware Chancery Court on behalf of shareholders in a corporate governance litigation concerning the rights and valuation of their shareholdings.
Michael T. Fantini
Michael T. Fantini is a Shareholder in the Consumer Protection and Commercial Litigation practice groups. Mr. Fantini concentrates his practice on consumer class action litigation.
James Maro is a senior counsel in Philadelphia and practices in the Firm’s Securities & Investor Protection practice group. Prior to starting at the Firm, Mr. Maro was a partner at class action litigation firm, where he focused his practice on representing clients in securities fraud and consumer protection class action litigation.