We’ve replenished employee retirement accounts with more than $50 million.
Wolf Haldenstein has recovered tens of millions of dollars in lost retirement savings for employees like you. For more than three decades, we have successfully litigated ERISA class actions for thousands of employees who trusted their employers to protect their retirement savings.
You’ve worked hard for years and diligently saved for your retirement through a savings plan, 401(k), or pension plan sponsored by your employer. And you’ve invested a portion of your hard-earned retirement savings in your employer’s stock. You were probably encouraged to do so, and you certainly thought it showed loyalty to your employer. You thought your employer had your best interests in mind. Suddenly, you learn that your employer has been keeping bad information from investors (and from you and your fellow employees), and the stock you have been investing in for years is suddenly worth just a fraction of what it was worth the day before.
You are not alone—and you have legal rights to protect.
Wolf Haldenstein is nationally recognized as a leader in class litigation under the Employee Retirement Income Securities Act. ERISA is a federal statute that protects employees like you from imprudent investment decisions by the managers of retirement savings plans. We have successfully challenged some of the biggest companies in the country after they breached their fiduciary duties and caused massive losses for their employees.
Because of our national prominence and impeccable track record, we have been appointed as lead counsel in some of the largest and most important ERISA class actions. We have achieved success in the federal trial courts and appellate courts from New York to California, and everywhere in between. Many of our cases represent groundbreaking developments in ERISA law. And we are prepared to put all our resources to work for you.
It’s not just about money. It’s about what’s right – and your long-term peace of mind and your family’s financial security.