Eric Waxman’s Significant Cases

Eric Waxman has a broad range of litigation experience having been the lead lawyer on numerous cases involving the federal securities laws both for issuers and underwriters, as well as claims involving the fiduciary duties of directors in a variety of contexts including issues relating to compensation of directors and officers and corporate opportunities.

Eric Waxman also has substantial experience in mergers and acquisitions having represented numerous independent directors, including special committees as part of the transaction team and then in any ensuing litigation.  Eric Waxman has also represented companies with respect to post closing issues including purchase price adjustments.  Eric Waxman also has experience representing corporations and individuals in various business disputes.

Read more about Eric Waxman’s significant cases:

•    Derivative Claims Against Directors and Officers
•    Class Actions for Breach of Fiduciary Duty Arising Out of Mergers or Acquisitions
•    Federal Securities Class Actions
•    Special Committee Representations
•    Other Significant Matters