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Litigation Star


Practice areas:

Commercial
Competition/antitrust
Dispute resolution
Securities


Sheron Korpus is a first-chair litigator and trial lawyer, with extensive experience in multi-billion dollar commercial, complex financial, securities, antitrust, bankruptcy and intellectual property disputes. Sheron has tried cases in federal and state courts, as well as arbitration panels, across the U.S.


Sheron is recognized as a leading lawyer in both commercial and securities litigation by Chambers USA where clients note that Sheron “gets right to the nub of the problem; he is really able to focus on what is most important.” Chambers USA also lists Sheron as one of nine leading lawyers in New York representing institutional plaintiffs in securities lawsuits. He is also recognized as one of seven leading lawyers nationally in the Legal 500 Securities Litigation: Plaintiff guide. Sheron is recognized as a New York “Local Litigation Star” by Benchmark Litigation, and a New York Super Lawyer. He was honored as an “Antitrust and Mergers & Acquisitions Trailblazer” by the National Law Journal in 2016. 


Work highlights:

  • Comcast Corporation in three antitrust class actions brought by a putative class of two million subscribers in each case. These are test cases for the entire cable industry. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Comcast in a landmark 5-4 decision that, based on Sheron’s cross-examination of Plaintiffs’ damages expert, overturned class certification.

  • Teva, the global pharmaceutical company headquartered in Israel, and its U.S. subsidiary Actavis, in defending a number of antitrust class actions.
  • Loreley Financing in analyzing and bringing claims against major investment banks and other financial institutions concerning billions of dollars of collateralized debt obligations and other structured finance products.
  • Mahindra and Mahindra Limited, one of the largest conglomerates in India, and its subsidiaries in multiple disputes.
  • Emergent Capital and its subsidiary White Eagle in lender liability claims in connection with a $370 million facility.
  • Air New Zealand, New Zealand’s national airline, in the Air Cargo and Transpacific Passenger multi district antitrust cases.
  • The founder and CEO of a payment services company in multistate litigation against the company’s controlling noteholders and board representatives.


Last updated September 2019