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Hussein v. QSI et al.

The jury awarded our clients a complete defense verdict in the first case involving a “holder’s claim” to reach trial in California.


Alleged Failure to Disclose Drug Safety Issues

Cornerstone Research was retained by a pharmaceutical company facing securities litigation after it withdrew a drug from the market because of safety concerns.


Vignola v. FAT Brands Inc. et al.

The judge denied class certification in this securities class action alleging omissions in the prospectus of a Regulation A+ IPO.


Financial Guaranty Insurance Company v. Putnam Advisory Company LLC

Our client secured a complete victory in a virtual bench trial over the performance of a $1.5 billion collateralized debt obligation.


New York v. Exxon Mobil Corp.

Citing Dr. Zenner’s testimony in the decision, the New York State Supreme Court ruled that the plaintiff failed to establish that Exxon violated the relevant laws.


Class Certification Defense for a Foreign Securities Issuer

Defense counsel retained Cornerstone Research to assess plaintiff’s expert’s market analysis in a U.S. securities litigation involving a major foreign auto manufacturer.


Bankruptcy Valuation of a Start-Up Company

Defense counsel for a start-up firm retained Cornerstone Research and David Smith of the University of Virginia to analyze the potential implications of forced changes to the firm’s capital structure.


Kennis v. Metropolitan West Asset Management LLC

Following trial in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, the judge ruled in favor of the defense, discarding claims of excessive fees.


Firefighters’ Retirement System et al. v. Citco Group et al.

The defendants prevailed on summary judgment on all counts in this case concerning a hedge fund’s failure.


Assessing Putative Damages Attributable to a Third-Party Service Provider

Defense counsel retained Cornerstone Research to assess putative damages in a case involving an international Ponzi scheme.


“Economic Equivalence” of Reference Obligations in a CLO

Defense counsel for a major bank retained Cornerstone Research in a case arising from a synthetic collateralized loan obligation (CLO) transaction.


In re BlackRock Mutual Funds Advisory Fee Litigation

Our client defeated a $1.5 billion suit in a trial over allegedly excessive advisory fees.

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