Cases litigated by Andrew J. Morganti Include:

In re Goldcorp Inc Securities Litig., CV-17-0055-CP (ON Superior Crt.), Ontario Securities Act Sections 138.3, representing investors and the class of investors that purchased shares of Goldcorp on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

In re Volkswagen AG Securities Litig., CV-16-566618-00CP (ON Superior Crt.), common law securities fraud claim, Lead Counsel Firm representing Ontario and Quebec-based investors and the class of investors that purchased shares of VW on any stock exchange.

In re Concordia International Corp Securities Litig., CV-500-06-000834-164 (Quebec Superior Crt.), Securities Act, Co-Lead Counsel Firm representing Quebec-based investors and the class of investors that purchased shares of Concordia on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

In re Amaya Inc Securities Litig., CV-500-06-000785-168 (Quebec Superior Crt.), Securities Act, Co-Lead Counsel Firm representing investors and the class of investors that purchased shares of Amaya on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

In re Ithaca Energy Securities Litig., CV-15-05830 (Queen’s Bench of Alberta), Ontario Securities Act Sections 138.3, Co-Lead Counsel Firm representing investors and the class of investors that purchased shares of Ithaca Energy on the Toronto Stock Exchange and London AIM.

In re Allied Nevada Gold Securities Litig., CV-14-508513 (ON Superior Crt.), Ontario Securities Act Sections 130 and 138.3, Lead Counsel Firm representing plaintiffs and the class of investors that purchased shares of Allied Nevada Gold on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

In re Detour Gold Securities Litig., CV-14-504010 (ON Superior Crt.), Ontario Securities Act Sections 130 and 138.3, Lead Counsel Firm representing plaintiffs and the class of investors that purchased shares of Detour Gold on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

In re BP, plc (Dutch) Securities Foundation, #60630957 (Amsterdam, NL), Co-Lead Counsel Firm representing the class of investors that purchased shares of BP, plc on the London and Frankfurt Stock Exchanges.

Wong v Pretium Resources Securities Litig., CV-13-491800 (ON Superior Crt.), Ontario Securities Act Section 138.3, Lead Counsel Firm representing the investor and the class of investors that purchased shares of Pretium on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Kaynes v BP, plc (Canada) Securities Litig., CV-12-467836 (ON Superior Crt.), Ontario Securities Act Section 138.3, Lead Counsel Firm lead representing the class of Canadian-based investors that purchased shares of BP on the Frankfurt, London, New York, and Toronto Stock Exchanges.

Fricke v Nevsun Resources Securities Litig., CV-12-17903 (ON Superior Crt.), Co-Lead Counsel Firm representing the class of investors that purchased shares of Nevsun on the Toronto Stock Exchange.   The Action settled for $5.45 mm.

Adams v eBooks Antitrust Litig., CV-12-17511 (ON Superior Crt.), Canadian Competition Act Sections 36 and 45, Co-Lead Counsel Firm representing direct purchasers of eBooks. There is a partial settlement between the consumers and publishers while the claim against Apple, Inc., is ongoing.

Hi! Neighbor v Polyurethane Foam Antitrust Litig., CV-10-15164 (ON Superior Crt.), Canadian Competition Act Sections 36 and 45, Executive Committee Firm representing direct-purchasers of polyurethane form products (e.g., bed mattresses and carpet padding) alleging that defendants entered into an illegal cartel to fix the price of polyurethane foam and allocate customers.  There has been over $32 mm in settlements to date.

NovaGold Resources Securities Litig., CV-09-13833 (ON Superior Crt.), Ontario Securities Act Section 138.3, while at Sutts Strosberg LLP, served as one of the lead counsel for the Canadian plaintiff firm representing the class of investors that purchased shares of NovaGold on the Toronto Stock Exchange. The litigation resulted in a $28 mm global settlement and 25% being allocated to the Canadian class.

Confectionery Chocolate Antitrust Litig., CV-08-347263 (ON Superior Crt.), Canadian Competition Act Sections 36 and 45, served as one of the lead counsel for the Canadian plaintiff firm representing direct purchasers of confectionery chocolate.

Riediger v Transatlantic and Transpacific Passenger Antitrust Litig., CV-09-384304 (ON Superior Crt.), served as one of the lead counsel for the Canadian plaintiff firm representing direct-purchasers of passenger services alleging that defendants entered into an illegal cartel to adopt and adjust fuel surcharges.  Mr. Morganti also served as one of the lead counsel in the matter of Korean Air Passenger Antitrust Litig., MDL No. 1891 (C.D.C.A.).

Special Events Marketing v Arctic Glacier Inc Antitrust Litig., CV-10-14457 (ON Superior Crt.), served as one of the lead counsel for the Canadian plaintiff firm representing direct-purchasers of packaged ice.  The plaintiff alleged that Arctic Glacier entered into an illegal cartel to allocate multinational corporate customers and allocate geographic markets between Canada and United States. The litigation resulted in a $14.5 mm settlement with 16% allocation to the Canadian class members.

In re Transatlantic Air Passenger Antitrust Litig., 08-1079 (E.D.N.Y.), originated theory and represent direct-purchasers. Mr. Morganti’s identification of the alleged cartel activities relating to cross-border conduct earned an invitation to present to the Canadian Competition Bureau during 2008.

In re Dairy Antitrust Litig., MDL No. 2031 (N.D.IL), Mr. Morganti originated the theory and represented direct-purchasers of cheese. Mr. Morganti’s early identification of the alleged commodity manipulation earned him a personal invitation to present to the U.S. Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.  His due diligence is reflected in the U.S. CFTC prosecution of Dairy Farmers of America, Inc., CFTC Docket No. 09-02.

In re Initial Public Offering Securities Litig., 21 MC 92 (SAS) (S.D.N.Y. 2001 – 2007), Plaintiffs allege that defendant underwriters engaged in a scheme to manipulate the aftermarket of over 300 initial public offerings by requiring institutional investor customers to purchase additional shares of the offering in the aftermarket at pre-arranged prices.  Mr. Morganti served as the first or second chair to over 18 depositions of investment bankers, managed the discovery teams against Bank of America, CIBC World Markets, RBC Dain Rauscher, Robertson Stephens, SG Cowen & Co., Thomas Weisel, and UBS AG.

Myers and Koehmsted v. Move, Inc., Merrill Lynch & Co., et al., No. BC 312115 (L.A. Sup. Crt. 2004 – 2007), prosecute securities fraud claims on behalf of the former owners of WyldFyre Technologies, Inc., which had arisen from plaintiffs conveying their company to defendant in exchange for restricted stock.  The claims settled for approximately $4 million.

Purcell et al. v. Homestore.com, Inc., et al., No. LC 67919 (L.A. Sup. Crt. 2004), prosecuted securities fraud claims on behalf of the former owners of Top Producer Systems, Inc., a software company based in Vancouver, British Columbia, which had arisen from plaintiffs conveying their company to defendant in exchange for restricted stock.  The claims settled for approximately $6 million.

Bollinger Trust Ltd. v. Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith, NASD No. 03-08947 (London, UK, and New York, NY arbitration), Claimant counsel alleging that defendant allocated pension fund assets into unsuitable equities and mutual funds.  Despite written evidence of Claimant approving investments, Mr. Morganti recovered over 50% of the losses in dispute.

In re Coumadin or Warfarin Sodium Antitrust Litig., MDL No. 1232 (D. Del.), Plaintiffs alleged that the defendant engaged in anticompetitive conduct that wrongfully suppressed competition from generic warfarin sodium.

In re Hidden City Ticketing Antitrust Litig., 96-cv-74711, 208 F.R.D. 174 (E.D. Mich.), Plaintiffs alleged that major airlines engaged in restraint of trade and monopolistic practices by eliminating “hidden city” ticketing practices by consumers.

In re USN Communications Securities Litig., 98-cv-7482 (N.D. Ill.), Securities fraud class action arising out of the collapse and eventual bankruptcy of USN Communications, Inc. soon after its initial public offering.

In re Cardizem CD Antitrust Litig., MDL No. 1278 (E.D. Mich.), Plaintiffs alleged that an agreement between HMR and generic manufacturer Andrx Corp. unlawfully stalled generic competition.

In re Synthroid Marketing Litig., MDL No. 1182 (N.D. Ill.), arises out of alleged unlawful activities with respect to the marketing of Synthroid, a levothyroxine product used to treat thyroid disorders.