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Reed Kathrein is a securities fraud lawyer who has litigated over 100 securities fraud class actions beginning with the Savings and Loan/ Junk Bond Crisis litigation (1988-1994), through the 1990's High-Tech Craze, the Dot.com Bubble which peaked on March 10, 2000, the early 2001-2002 ethics/accounting scandals of the likes of Enron, Worldcom, and Tyco (leading to Sarbanes-Oxley) and the Subprime Crisis (leading to Dodd-Frank), and, more recently the 2010-11 Reverse Merger/China Stock Debacle.
I write to educate investors on trends and patterns that lead to or indicate possible fraud, the revelations of fraud, and why investors can't rely on our government to protect them. Perhaps I can even get some investors
to rally to push for better laws, regulations and corporate governance when they are let down.
I trade mostly in a handful of stocks not related to my litigation or writing...that's all I can follow. The rest is in investments in broad market ETF's and a couple of market neutral hedge funds.
If I were stranded on an Island with the songs from only one band and the ingredients for only one kind of food, I would hope it would be Dave Matthews and pizza.
Independent / boutique research firm analyst.
ETFs, Stocks - long, Tech stocks
Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP
Our Beginnings Based in Seattle, Washington, Hagens Berman LLP was founded in 1993 by Carl Hagens and Steve Berman with one purpose - to pursue the type of law that most interested the founders. This involved representing plaintiffs in class actions and multi-party, large-scale complex litigation and
becoming engaged in cases that had the potential for having a positive impact on protecting the rights of investors, consumers, workers, innovators and the environment. Since then, the firm has stayed true to that purpose and become one of the nation's leading firms in these fields, earning an international reputation for excellence and innovation. Our Focus Our main focus is to represent plaintiffs in securities, investment fraud, product liability, tort, antitrust, consumer fraud, employment, environmental, intellectual property and ERISA cases. In doing so, our firm has become particularly skilled at managing multi-state and nationwide class actions through an organized, coordinated approach that implements an efficient and aggressive prosecutorial strategy in order to place maximum pressure on the defendant. Our Offices At Hagens Berman we all work towards the same goal - protecting the rights of our clients, whether they are consumers, investors, workers or stewards of the environment. Over the years, we've expanded our national reach to better serve our clients. Since the firm's founding in 1993, we've developed a successful and far-reaching network of branch offices in Phoenix, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, Colorado Springs and Washington, D.C. Founded in 1995, our Phoenix office has driven important litigation and has a strong legal presence in Arizona and the southwest. Shortly thereafter in 1996, we founded the Los Angeles office, which manages our significant case load in California. In June 2002, our firm opened an office in Boston. This office leads our drug litigation efforts, challenging the prices of dozens of prescription drugs, and claiming that manufacturers artificially drove up drug prices through numerous anti-competitive practices. In another step to become the nation's premier law firm in class-action and large-scale litigation, we created a Chicago branch in 2004. The firm first created a presence among the Illinois legal and political scene with the landmark litigation against the tobacco industry, in which Steve Berman served as special assistant attorney general for the state. We opened our sixth national and second California office in San Francisco in 2007. The second California office is a reflection of our continuing growth in one of the most vibrant parts of the country. Having offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco will help ensure our firm is on the leading edge of important social and governmental change within the legal landscape. In 2010, we opened offices in Washington D.C. and Colorado Springs, Colorado, and the following year, opened offices in New York and Minneapolis.
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