Correy Kamin is an associate at Wolf Haldenstein. Ms. Kamin focuses her practice on complex class actions on behalf of a variety of clients including individual consumers, employees, corporations, and both institutional and individual investors who suffered losses due to corporate fraud. Ms. Kamin has experience in securities and derivative litigation, unfair and deceptive practices litigation, and employment law, and has provided counsel in a variety of class actions on behalf of consumers. Ms. Kamin is a member of the Firm’s Investor Protection, Consumer Protection, and Labor practice litigation groups.
Ms. Kamin joined Wolf Haldenstein in 2015. Prior to joining Wolf Haldenstein she worked with the Investor Protection Bureau of the New York State Office of the Attorney General, where she participated in the investigation and litigation of complex securities fraud matters.
- Provide advice and counsel on federal complex securities and derivative litigation representing institutional and individual investors against public traded companies that violated the Securities Act of 1933 and Exchange Act of 1934.
- Provide advice and counsel in a state class action on behalf of New York City taxi drivers seeking to recover damages from the City of New York and the Taxi and Limousine Commission for, inter alia, alleged false and deceptive business practices.
- Provide advice and counsel in the consumer fraud class action resulting from Volkswagen’s use of a “defeat device” to surreptitiously cheat on emissions tests.
- Provide advice and counsel to home health aide workers in a state wage and hour claim against their employers for failing to pay minimum wage and overtime.
- Achieved settlement on behalf of a class of individuals who sought entry into the New York Marathon and/or the New York City Half Marathon through an allegedly illegal lottery system.
- Provide advice and counsel in federal class action alleging that life insurance company breached its contracts with insureds by impermissibly raising cost of insurance rates by up to 300%.
While attending law school, Ms. Kamin authored a student note entitled “Unsafe Sexting: The Dangerous New Trend and the Need for Comprehensive Legal Reform,” which was published in the fall 2011 volume of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law.