Marc A. Topaz, a partner of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, has a keen eye for what makes a successful case. As one of the firm’s most experienced litigators, he helps clients focus their efforts on cases with a favorable mix of facts, law and potential recovery. Marc oversees case initiation and development in complex securities fraud, ERISA, fiduciary, antitrust, shareholder derivative, and mergers and acquisitions actions.
Marc has counselled clients in high-profile class action litigation stemming from the subprime mortgage crisis, including cases seeking recovery for shareholders in companies affected by the crisis, and cases seeking recovery for 401K plan participants who suffered losses in their retirement plans.
Marc’s commitment to making things right for clients shows in the cases he pursues. Recognizing the importance of effective corporate governance policies in safeguarding investments, Marc has used fiduciary duty litigation to fight for meaningful policy changes. He also played an active role in using option-backdating litigation as a vehicle to re-price erroneously issued options and improve corporate governance.
Last Updated September 2019