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As an experienced leader with more than 20 years of expertise directing accounting and finance aspects of securities litigation, corporate audits and Dodd-Frank whistleblower investigations, Jim is proficient in simultaneously managing multiple project teams and collaborating with attorneys, investigators and financial professionals to develop case theories, draft accounting sections of complaints, streamline intensive document reviews and prepare for depositions to maximize the probability of achieving optimal results.
At Milberg, Jim has worked on securities fraud cases that resulted in total settlements in excess of $5.4 billion. Some of his most notable cases include In re Tyco Int’l Ltd., Securities
Litigation, In re Raytheon Company Securities Litigation, In re Biovail Corp. Securities Litigation, and In re Vivendi Universal, S.A. Securities Litigation. In addition, Jim has assisted attorneys with numerous derivative, False Claims Act (whistleblower) cases and ERISA cases, including In re General Electric Company ERISA Litigation and In re Morgan Stanley ERISA Litigation.
Jim co-authored "Financial Statement Fraud Casebook: Baking the Ledgers and Cooking the Books", which was published by Wiley and he also writes for Milberg's Class Action Central blog and Whistleblower Today web site.
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