skip to main content

Paul, Weiss is widely recognized as having one of the nation’s preeminent securities litigation and regulatory practices. For two decades, our lawyers have guided global corporations and financial institutions through a series of “bet-the-company” securities-related crises, consistently reducing or eliminating their most damaging claims and negotiating favorable resolutions.

Events

Brad Karp Discusses Investigations in Securities Matters at PLI Event

Firm Chairman Brad Karp participated in a panel, “Securities Litigation – The Investigation: Recent Developments in Coordinating Requests from Government Regulators,” as part of the Practising Law Institute’s Securities Litigation 2024: From Investigation to Trial program on April 29.

» more

Awards & Recognition

Paul, Weiss Named “Securities Firm of the Year” by Benchmark Litigation

Benchmark Litigation recognized Paul, Weiss as the “Securities Firm of the Year” in its 2024 U.S. Awards, which annually honor the country’s most distinguished litigators and their firms for their exemplary work over the last year.

» more

Client News

JPMorgan Chase Directors Win Dismissal of Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims Over Alleged Zelle Payments Fraud

Paul, Weiss won the dismissal of a derivative claim alleging that our clients breached their fiduciary duties by ignoring alleged “red flags” regarding purported violations on the Zelle payments platform of the Electronic Fund Transfer Act (EFTA) and related regulations.

» more

Awards & Recognition

Audra Soloway and Josh Hill Recognized by The American Lawyer for Defeating Certification of Securities Class Action

Litigation partners Audra Soloway and Josh Hill were recognized in The American Lawyer’s April 11 “Litigation Daily” column for their resounding victory on behalf of Canadian mining company Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd. and its former CEO.

» more

Client News

Nikola Officers and Directors Win Partial Dismissal of Derivative Lawsuit

Paul, Weiss secured a significant victory for certain officers and directors of electric semitruck manufacturer Nikola Corp. when the Delaware Court of Chancery dismissed certain claims brought by purported Nikola shareholders.

» more

Events

Brad Karp and Susanna Buergel Speak at SIFMA Seminar

Firm Chairman Brad Karp and litigation partner Susanna Buergel participated in the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association’s (SIFMA) 2024 Compliance & Legal Seminar.

» more

PUBLICATIONS

Supreme Court Decides Pure Omissions Are Not Actionable Under Rule 10b-5(b)

In Macquarie Infrastructure Corp. v. Moab Partners, L.P., the U.S. Supreme Court held that a failure to disclose information required by Item 303 of Regulation S-K cannot support a private claim under SEC Rule 10b-5(b) in the absence of an otherwise-misleading statement.

» more

Client News

JPMorgan Directors and Officers Win Dismissal of Shareholder Derivative Lawsuit

Paul, Weiss, alongside WilmerHale, secured the dismissal of a shareholder derivative lawsuit against our clients, directors and officers of JPMorgan Chase & Co., in connection with the bank’s prior relationship with former client Jeffrey Epstein.

» more

Client News

Amazon Wins Dismissal of Securities Class Action

Paul, Weiss achieved a significant victory for Amazon.com, Inc., and several current and former executives, including Executive Chairman Jeff Bezos and CEO Andrew Jassy, when the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington granted our motion to dismiss a putative securities class action.

» more

Client News

Goldman Sachs Securities Class Action Plaintiffs Drop Long-Running Case Following Class Decertification

Paul, Weiss secured a final win for Goldman Sachs in a long-running, $13 billion securities class action when the plaintiffs declined a last chance to appeal Goldman’s resounding appellate win decertifying the class and voluntarily dismissed their case, bringing a decade of hard-fought litigation to a close.

» more

Awards & Recognition

Audra Soloway Named a 2023 Law360 MVP in Securities

Litigation partner Audra Soloway was honored as a Law360 2023 MVP in the Securities category.

» more

Client News

Securities Class Action Over Data Privacy Changes Against Snap Inc. Dismissed With Prejudice

The lead plaintiff in a securities fraud class action against Paul, Weiss client Snap Inc., its CEO and former chief business officer asked the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California to dismiss its lawsuit with prejudice.

» more

Publications

Second Circuit Addresses Two Questions of First Impression on Falsity in Securities Fraud Cases

The Second Circuit recently issued a decision on two matters of first impression, expanding the scope of defenses available to securities fraud defendants who contest falsity at the motion to dismiss stage. 

» more

Client News

Teladoc Defeats Securities Class Action Arising from Disclosures About Membership Growth

Paul, Weiss achieved a significant victory for Teladoc Health, Inc., and several Teladoc directors and officers, when a New York state court judge dismissed a putative securities class action alleging misrepresentations about Teladoc’s membership growth.

» more

Client News

ExxonMobil Substantially Defeats Class Certification in Securities Action

Paul, Weiss won a major victory on behalf of ExxonMobil and certain of its former executives in a long-running putative federal securities class action in the Northern District of Texas, substantially defeating the plaintiff’s class certification motion, in one of very few decisions to apply the Supreme Court’s ruling in Goldman Sachs Group Inc. v. Arkansas Teacher Retirement System (2021).

» more

© 2024 ǿմý, Wharton & Garrison LLP

Privacy Policy