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Compass Lexecon has been involved in many of the largest and most complex antitrust litigation and financial market cases over the past 30 years.

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08/02/21

Compass Lexecon’s President Professor Daniel R. Fischel Testifies Successfully for Defendants The Plaintiff in this unusual California state court holder’s action, Ahmed Hussein, claimed he planned to sell his large stake in Quality Systems Inc. (now known as NextGen Healthcare)...

05/01/18

On May 1, 2018, U.S. District Court Judge James V. Selna entered an order dismissing the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s claims against Monex Deposit Company, Monex Credit Company, Newport Services Corporation (collectively “Monex”), and its principals, Michael Carabini, and Lewis...

01/03/17

In this securities class action, District Judge Andrew P. Gordon granted Defendants’ motion for summary judgment in January 2017, ruling that, among other things, Plaintiffs and their expert did not establish loss causation. Plaintiffs claimed that Defendants had artificially inflated...

06/13/16

Compass Lexecon and its President, Professor Daniel R. Fischel, were retained in this matter to analyze claims of financial misconduct. Professor Fischel wrote a report analyzing the claims, responded to the opposing expert, and subsequently testified at the hearing. The panel...

01/08/16

In this matter, Compass Lexecon was retained by counsel for Steven Cohen to evaluate the economic evidence in a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) administrative action against him claiming that he failed to reasonably supervise two SAC Capital employees who...

10/28/13

We were retained by counsel for Google Inc. and counsel for Google’s founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin (the Founders), to analyze Plaintiff’s claims that Google’s April 12, 2012 proposal for the issuance of a new class of non-voting stock...

10/15/10

In one of the most prominent cases arising from the financial crisis, the Securities and Exchange Commission sued Angelo Mozilo and other executives for securities fraud and insider trading related to their work running Countrywide Financial and its mortgage businesses....