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SEC Allegations of Insider Trading

Defense counsel retained Professor Emeritus William Beaver of Stanford University and Cornerstone Research on behalf of a former CEO of a publicly traded water treatment company.


Construction Payment Dispute

The owner of a multi-billion dollar, mixed-use commercial project including hotels, residential high-rise buildings, retail space, and a casino faced lien litigation and large discrepancies between its own billing data…


Whistleblower Investigation

Cornerstone Research performed an independent forensic accounting of whistleblower claims of over-reimbursement and fraud by a large metropolitan area ambulance provider.


Brieger et al. v. Tellabs, Inc., et al.

In only the second post-Enron ERISA company stock drop case to go to trial, counsel for Tellabs, Inc., retained Cornerstone Research to support multiple experts.


SEC Proceeding Regarding Bond Fund Disclosures

The administrative law judge cited Cornerstone Research experts in her ruling related to issuer reporting and disclosure.


Government Investigation

Cornerstone Research worked with several faculty members of the Stanford Graduate School of Business to analyze the pricing behavior of more than fifty securities suspected to have been influenced by…


Off-Label Marketing

Cornerstone Research has consulted with attorneys on government-initiated criminal and civil claims stemming from the alleged off-label marketing of major drugs.


Reimbursement Disputes

Cornerstone Research has worked on multiple matters involving disputes over proper reimbursement for healthcare services or products.


Defendants’ Trading Behavior

Cornerstone Research is often retained to analyze defendants’ prior trading activity as compared with accused illegal insider trades.


Department of Justice Litigation

Cornerstone Research worked with an executive compensation expert for the defendant in a matter brought by the DOJ against a company executive.


Economic Benefit of the Trading Activity

In evaluating damages, the gains realized (or losses avoided) from the alleged trading activity are generally considered by the court.


Information Materiality

Cornerstone Research has significant experience in conducting event study analyses for insider trading cases to evaluate the materiality of nonpublic information once it is disclosed.

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