Lydia Keaney Reynolds is Of Counsel to Wolf Haldenstein and is a member of the Firm’s Investor Protection and Consumer Protection practice groups. Ms. Reynolds has substantial experience litigating complex class actions in a variety of practice areas, including consumer fraud and securities litigation.
Ms. Reynolds joined Wolf Haldenstein as an associate in 2011. In 2015, she left Wolf Haldenstein to serve as an Assistant Attorney General in the Consumer Frauds and Protection Bureau of the Office of the New York Attorney General, and returned to the Firm in 2017. As an Assistant Attorney General, Ms. Reynolds investigated and litigated actions against financial services corporations and manufacturers and retailers who engaged in unfair or deceptive practices.
- Investigates, initiates, and prosecutes consumer and securities class action litigation in federal and state courts throughout the United States.
- Extensive appellate experience in New York state court and in federal courts throughout the country.
- Represented investors in the Empire State Realty Trust in connection with the historic IPO of the Empire State Building and other properties, resulting in a $55 million recovery for investors.
- Represented a minority shareholder in an appraisal action in New York state court arising from a freeze-out merger targeting said shareholder, resulting in a $10 million verdict following an eleven day trial.
- Represented various classes of consumers against various product manufacturers and sellers arising out of such manufacturers’ utilization of unfair and deceptive trade practices, including misleading or deceptive advertising.
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