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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.

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United States Supreme Court Rules against Apple in Antitrust Case

Wolf Haldenstein prevails before the U.S. Supreme Court on a federal antitrust class action against Apple

Protestors March Towards Trial in Lawsuit Against NYPD For Failure to Train On Policing Of Protest

Plaintiffs asserting their right to protest under the First Amendment in New York City cleared another significant hurdle in their litigation against the City of New York arising from unlawful arrests during the First Anniversary of Occupy Wall Street.

Appointed Lead Counsel in MDL Rock ‘n Play Consumer Class Action

Wolf Haldenstein Announces Important Progress in the Rock ’n Play Sleeper Multidistrict Litigation

Ex-Bumble Bee CEO gets prison term, a rarity in antitrust

Wolf Haldenstein partner spoke on behalf of clients at ex-Bumble Bee CEO’s sentencing regarding his role in the price-fixing of canned tuna.

Wolf Haldenstein Files Class Action against Toyota for Defective Fuel Pumps

Wolf Haldenstein has filed a class action against Toyota and Denso for defective fuel pumps in nearly 700,000 Toyota and Lexus vehicles.

Wolf Haldenstein Appointed Lead in Securities Class Action Against Curaleaf

Wolf Haldenstein has been appointed lead counsel in a consolidated securities class action against Curaleaf Holdings, Inc.

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.