Lieff Cabraser partners Joy A. Kruse and Dean M. Harvey will be discussing the latest trends in class actions at the Eleventh Annual Comprehensive Conference on Class Actions on June 4th & 5th in Seattle, Washington. Hosted by Law Seminars International, the conference will bring together distinguished practitioners in state and federal class actions. Ms. Kruse will address developments in securities law on a panel entitled “Raising Capital: Class Actions and Market Manipulation.” Mr. Harvey will speak on the “Cases at the Intersection of Class Actions and Employee Protection Regulations” panel.
A partner in our San Francisco office, Ms. Kruse has litigated class, group, and individual actions including cases involving mortgage-backed securities (including the IndyMac case in the Southern District of New York and a case brought on behalf of Charles Schwab in San Francisco Superior Court); a class action against Diamond Foods; a merger case against Celera Corporation and Credit Suisse; a Chinese reverse merger case; and a stock options backdating case against Broadcom. She is listed in Best Lawyers of America for the category of securities litigation from 2013-2015.
Also a partner in our San Francisco office, Mr. Harvey represents individuals and companies in antitrust and intellectual property litigation, including the landmark High-Tech Employees Antitrust Litigation.