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Mr. Cera joined the Firm as an associate in 1983, became a partner in 1994, and managing partner in 2009. Over the course of his more than thirty (30) year career at the Firm, Mr. Cera has played a role in virtually all of the Firm’s major cases and has led the litigation of a wide variety of securities, antitrust, and consumer fraud class actions in federal and state courts throughout the country that have resulted in significant recoveries for the Firm’s clients. Mr. Cera graduated from Pomona College, Claremont, California, and received his J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law.
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Marc Edelson received his BS in Economics from The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania (cum laude 1984) and his JD from The University of California at Los Angeles (1987). Mr. Edelson has practiced almost exclusively in the area of class action litigation primarily in matters involving antitrust violations and violations of consumer fraud laws. Mr. Edelson has served in numerous lead counsel and executive committee roles in both state and federal cases.
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Brian focuses his practice on global and domestic antitrust investigations and other regulatory investigations, as well as related class action litigation. He has represented clients involved in wide-ranging investigations and class action litigation relating to activities in North America, Europe and Asia. Brian also has experience in a variety of complex commercial litigation, including securities fraud litigation, shareholder derivative actions, and private equity litigation, among others.
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Joshua H. Grabar has extensive experience as counsel in complex commercial litigation in state and federal courts throughout the nation, with a particular concentration and emphasis in individual and class action litigation under state and federal antitrust laws, federal securities laws, and state consumer protection laws. Mr. Grabar has also represented plaintiffs and defendants in a broad range of other commercial litigation, including breach of contract litigation, litigation involving claims for coverage and indemnification under Directors and Officers liability insurance policies, disputes involving business torts and other unfair and deceptive business practices, claims involving alleged breach of fiduciary duty and misuse of corporate assets by corporate officers and directors, and claims involving private and public sector employees with respect to whistleblower protection laws.
280 King of Prussia Road, Radnor, PA 19087
A pioneer in prosecuting breach of fiduciary duty cases, Joe has been lead or co-lead counsel in numerous nationwide class actions brought under fiduciary laws including ERISA. Joe represents institutional investor clients in a variety of breach of fiduciary duty cases and has some of the largest settlements in fiduciary breach actions including several recoveries in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The firm also has a robust Consumer Protection department which represents individuals, businesses, and governmental entities that have sustained losses as a result of defective products or improper business practices. We are highly selective in these matters – we litigate only complex cases that we deem suitable for judicial resolution. In his antitrust work, Joe represents clients injured by anticompetitive and unlawful business practices, including overcharges related to prescription drugs, health care expenditures and commodities. Joe has also represented various states in pharmaceutical pricing litigation as a Special Assistant Attorney General.