Safirstein Metcalf LLP represents individual and institutional clients in a wide variety of litigation, with an emphasis on class, derivative, and other complex actions on behalf of investors and consumers.  A majority of the firm’s cases involve federal or state securities laws, consumer fraud statutes, antitrust regulations, or corporate governance matters. The firm handles matters on a contingency fee basis. We maintain offices in New York and regularly practice in federal and state courts throughout the country.

Safirstein Metcalf LLP Announces Collaboration
with Fellows Hymowitz, PC
Safirstein Metcalf LLP, representing clients who have
suffered losses as a result of financial fraud, and
Fellows Hymowitz, PC, representing clients in personal
injury and wrongful death matters, are pleased to
announce that they will collaborate in handling
these matters.

Click Here to Learn More About Our Collaboration.

Consumer Actions

We represent consumers who have lost money or otherwise been harmed by unfair, deceptive and misleading business practices. These claims include excessive or unfair charges and breaches of contract. Consumer fraud cases are often brought as class actions because it can be difficult to economically handle cases on an individual basis.

Click here to report potential consumer fraud.

Stock Fraud Actions

If you purchased shares of a publicly traded company trusting that the marketplace had properly valued the stock based on the complete mix of information available, and it later turns out that the price you paid for your stock was inflated because the company was dishonest about important adverse information, or hid such information, and the price of the company’s stock goes down significantly, you may be a member of a defrauded class of shareholders.

Click Here for a List of Recently Filed Cases Alleging Securities Fraud

Corporate Governance

We investigate and prosecute shareholder derivative suits in state and federal courts when corporate boards breach their fiduciary duties owed to the company. When the value of a company is diminished because of willful mismanagement, insider self-dealing or other acts of malfeasance, shareholders may bring a derivative suit against the board of directors and other responsible individuals in order to improve corporate governance and to recoup damages suffered by the company.

Click here to report potential corporate governance problems.

Antitrust Litigation

If you purchased steel products – including clothes washers, clothes dryers, refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, microwave ovens. regular ovens, automobiles, semi-tractor trailers, farm and construction equipment, room air conditioner units, hot water heaters, snow blowers, barbeque grills, lawn mowers, and reinforcing bars used in patios, driveways, swimming pools and sidewalks – during the Class Period: January 1, 2005 to September 17, 2008, you may have over paid.

Steel Price Manipulation Class Action
Have you overpaid for products (such as appliances) made from Steel?

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