Bernstein Liebhard LLP was established in 1993 as a boutique law firm to represent investors and consumers in complex class action, corporate governance and individual actions throughout the United States. The Firm has grown to 25 attorneys, with offices in New York. Bernstein Liebhard LLP is nationally recognized for its securities and corporate governance, antitrust, consumer, mass torts, and whistleblower practices. BL has received extensive recognition for its accomplishments. The National Law Journal has named the Firm, for the tenth consecutive year, as one of the top plaintiffs’ litigation firms in the country. Moreover, the Firm has received Martindale-Hubbell’s highest ratings for legal ability (A) and ethical standards (V).
The Firm brings together a unique array of talent, including former government prosecutors, as well as attorneys with accounting backgrounds, and experience in securities and complex, class action litigation. With the support of the Firm’s investigative staff, the attorneys and paralegals at Bernstein Liebhard LLP have pursued hundreds of securities and consumer cases, recovering over $3 billion dollars for our clients and effecting corporate governance changes that have strengthened corporate responsibility, as well as the democratic rights of public shareholders. The Firm typically represents large individual and institutional investors – including public and multi-employer pension funds – in securities and corporate litigation.
The attorneys at Bernstein Liebhard LLP enjoy a national reputation for quality and integrity. We have an established track record of success and the respect of the defense bar and D&O insurance carriers. Our reputation has been built not only on the Firm’s successes, but also on the expectation that we will mount a vigorous prosecution; defense counsel know that we will take our cases to trial to achieve the maximum result obtainable for our clients. We take pride in our accomplishments and our Firm’s leadership role in protecting the interests of aggrieved shareholders and consumers.