Berger & Montague, P.C. has been engaged in the practice of complex and class action litigation for over 30 years. The firm has developed both a national practice and reputation for its expertise and has been recognized by courts throughout the country for its ability and experience in handling major litigation, particularly in the fields of securities, antitrust and mass tort litigation. In many of these actions, the Berger firm has played a principal or lead role.
Berger & Montague was founded in 1970 by David Berger to concentrate on the representation of plaintiffs in a series of antitrust class actions. The firm consists of more than 60 lawyers and experienced support staff. David Berger pioneered the use of class actions in antitrust litigation and was instrumental in extending the use of the class action procedure to other litigation areas including securities, employment discrimination, civil rights and mass torts. Since the firm's inception, its complement of nationally recognized lawyers has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in antitrust, securities fraud, environmental matters, mass tort, employment (ERISA) and other areas. The firm has recovered billions of dollars for its clients in litigation in these areas. In complex litigation, particularly in areas of class action litigation, Berger & Montague, P.C., has established new law and forged the path for recovery for victims of fraud and other wrongdoing.
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Victory for Whistleblowers Reporting Fraud under Sarbanes Oxley
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In a major victory for employees reporting fraud under the Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX), the Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently revived whistleblower claims brought against Tyco Electronics Corp. by an accountant who reported improper expenditures and was allegedly terminated as a result. The...
False Claims Actions Based on Kickbacks
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