The lawyers at Squitieri & Fearon, LLP are accomplished class action attorneys who have achieved outstanding results for their clients as demonstrated by the following cases that involved claims for shareholders, consumers or employees in which either Messrs. Squitieri or Fearon were one of the lead lawyers:

  • Bagley et al. v. KB Home, 07-cv-1754-DSF-SS (recovery of $3 million for participants in the KB Home 401(k) Savings Plan).
  • Taylor et al. v. McKelvey et al., 06-cv-8322 (S.D.N.Y.) (recovery of $4.25 million for participants in the Monster, Inc. 401(k) Savings Plan).
  • In re National City Corp. Sec., Deriv. & ERISA Litigation., 09-NC-70002-SO (N.D. Ohio) (recovery of $5.6 million for participants in an ESOP plan).
  • In re Jamster Marketing Litigation., MDL No. 1751 (S.D. Cal.) (negotiated refunds for a nationwide class of wireless telephone subscribers for unauthorized charges relating to mobile content from Jamster, such as ringtones and wallpaper for mobile phones).
  • Damon Trust v. Ford, 03-CV-135., 03-CV-135 (W.D. Mich. 2003) (recovery of $6 million cash in shareholder derivative action just days before trial).
  • CA, Inc. Shareholders’ Derivative Litigation Employee Option Action., No. 06-5026 (TCP) (negotiated the implementation of significant corporate governance enhancements, including a “Clawback Policy” allowing Board Committee to direct CA to recover compensation awards after final results restated).
  • In Re Schering Plough Corporation Shareholders Derivative Litigation., 01-CV- 1412 (D.N.J.) (significant changes to Company’s corporate governance structure and management level changes described by Court as “significant” and “substantial” involving “wholesale restructuring of a major corporation’s governance and compliance functions.”)
  • In re Bristol Myers Squibb Company Derivative Litigation., 02-CV-8571 (facilitated recovery of $200 million on behalf of Company and negotiated the implementation of significant corporate governance enhancements for the Company).
  • Laufer v. Lucent Technologies, Inc., 01-CV-5229 (D.N.J.) (recovery of approximately 35% of bond purchasers’ losses).
  • In re Seagate Technology, Inc. Shareholders Litigation., C.A. No. 17932-NC (Del. Ch. Ct. 2000) (approximately $200 million in incremental benefits for shareholders).
  • In re Westinghouse Securities Litigation., 91-CV-354 (W.D. Pa. 1999) ($67 million recovery).
  • In re National Health Laboratories Securities Litigation., 92-CV-1949 (S.D.Cal.1995) ($64 million recovery).
  • In re National Medical Enterprises Securities Litigation., 91-CV-5452 (C.D. Cal. 1994) ($60.7 million recovery).
  • In re Coram Healthcare Corp. Securities Litigation., Master File No. 95-N-2074 (D. Colo. 1997) ($47 million recovery).
  • In re Leslie Fay Securities Litigation., Master File No. 92-CV-8036 (S.D.N.Y.) ($35 million recovery).
  • Demint v. Nationsbank of Florida., et al., 94-995-CIV-T-23B (U.S.D.C. Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division 1996) (recovered $55 million for shareholders).
  • In re Sun Healthcare Group, Inc. Litigation., 95-CV-7005 JC/WWD (D.N.M.) ($24 million recovery).
  • In re Caterpillar, Inc. Securities Litigation., 90-CV-1238, 90-CV-1242 (C.D. Ill.) ($23 million recovery).

Squitieri & Fearon, LLP has also handled hundreds of product liability mass tort cases and has successfully recovered millions of dollars for its clients who have been injured by defective pharmaceuticals and products.