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Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP has expertise in complex litigation with an emphasis on securities litigation, shareholder derivative litigation, antitrust, consumer, federal civil rights, labor and public domain protection.

The Firm has recovered over $9 billion on behalf of investors, consumers, workers and those affected by antitrust violations and has earned global acclaim for its groundbreaking achievements.


Banks Price-Rig Mexican Bond Market

Wolf Haldenstein Represents the MTA’s & Boston’s Pension Funds Against 9 Banks and their affiliates for Price-Rigging the Mexican Bond Market

Opioid Litigation Against Drug Companies

Wolf Haldenstein Joins With
Health and Welfare Benefit Funds to Combat Opioid Crisis

We Shall Overcome

Wolf Haldenstein Frees the Copyright to we Shall Overcome, the US’s Most Powerful Song.

Ulta Beauty Stores Restocked & Resold Used Cosmetics, Shampoos & Lotions

Wolf Haldenstein appointed as lead counsel in the federal class action lawsuit against Ulta Beauty, Inc. alleging that the company secretly restocked used or opened cosmetics, shampoos and lotions to resell to unwitting customers. Featured on  CBS This Morning Show.  

Intel Corp. Knowingly Sold Defective Processors

Wolf Haldenstein files federal class action suit against Intel Corp. for knowingly manufacturing and selling to the public defective processors that allow hackers and malicious programs to access highly secure information.

Wolf Haldenstein’s 2018 Diversity Pipeline Pre-Law Summer Internship

In cooperation with the City University of New York’s Hunter Pre-Law Program, Wolf Haldenstein held another successful summer internship program available to diverse college students interested in pursuing a career in law.

U.S. Supreme Court Impacts Investors’ Rights in Pending Securities Litigation

Wolf Haldenstein partners argued In re China Agritech before the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of investors.  The Supreme Court ruling clarifies steps investors must take in order to protect their rights when faced with shareholder losses.