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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

U.S. Supreme Court Considers Apple App Store Antitrust Case

Transcript of Wolf Haldenstein’s Argument Before the U.S. Supreme Court on the Apple App Store Antitrust Matter

Minority Business Owners Settle Federal Civil Rights Action

Wolf Haldenstein Represents Minority Business Owners In Settlement of Federal Civil Rights Action Against County of Onondaga NY and Former County Comptroller.

Wolf Haldenstein Attorneys Selected as 2018 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Wolf Haldenstein is proud to announce that 7 of our attorneys have been selected as 2018 Super Lawyers, and 4 of our attorneys have been recognized as 2018 Rising Stars.  See the full list here.

Covelli Enterprises, Inc. Sued for Failure to Pay Overtime Wages

Wolf Haldenstein has filed a lawsuit against Covelli Enterprises, Inc., the largest franchisee of Panera Bread Bakery-Cafes, alleging that Covelli misclassified Assistant Managers as exempt employees and failed to pay them overtime pay. Read more here.

Guilty Pleas in Tuna Case Highlight Impact on Consumers

WHAFH partners Fred Isquith and Thomas Burt discussed the impact of recent key developments in the Packaged Seafood antitrust case in an article published by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Read the article here.

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.