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Rich is an experienced securities litigator focusing on investor rights and the use of the legal process to recover and protect investors’ capital. He has successfully represented many different investment funds, including hedge funds, private equity funds, pension funds, and individuals, in securities fraud cases against corporations, auditors, underwriters, directors, and officers. Rich’s clients appreciate his dedication to securities litigation, which is driven by the basic premise that investors’ rights are critical to the functioning and purpose of the capital markets.
Rich is often involved in the quantitative methods side of securities litigation, especially damages computation and working with experts in economics and other fields to lay out a client’s case. He has an extensive knowledge of the law in this area and reviews each client’s claims, trading pattern, and situation for every possible chance to maximize a recovery. In addition, he is well-versed in the nuances and complexities of both the kinds of claims available to investors and analysis of the best forum for investors’ claims. Rich is known for always bringing creative strategies and tactics to the prosecution and monetization of clients’ valuable claims.
Rich frequently shares his legal insights as a regular contributor to Lowenstein Sandler’s Appraisal Rights Litigation blog, which covers minority investors’ rights. In addition to securities work, Rich advises the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization in New Jersey on a pro bono basis.