Pomerantz LLP

Jeremy A. Lieberman

POSITION
Co-Managing Partner

OFFICE
New York

PRACTICE AREAS
Securities Litigation

LAW SCHOOL
Fordham University School of Law

ADMITTED
State of New York; U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, Southern District of Texas, District of Colorado, Eastern District of Michigan and Northern District of Illinois; U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Second, Third, Ninth and Tenth Circuits

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Jeremy A. Lieberman serves as Co-Managing Partner of Pomerantz, and Managing Partner of the Firm’s New York Office.  Mr. Lieberman became associated with the Firm in August 2004, and became a partner in January 2010.  Mr. Lieberman was recognized as a Super Lawyer in the New York Metro region for the year 2016.

Mr. Lieberman serves as lead counsel in In re Petrobras Sec. Litig., a closely-watched case arising from a multi-billion dollar kickback and bribery scheme involving Brazil’s largest oil company, Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - Petrobras. Mr. Lieberman has had an integral role in a number of high-profile securities class and derivative actions, including Comverse Technology Sec. Litig., in which he and his partners achieved a historic $225 million settlement on behalf of the Class, which was the second-largest options backdating settlement to date.

Mr. Lieberman is lead counsel in a putative securities class action that alleges Barclays PLC misled institutional investor clients about the extent of the banking giant’s use of so-called “dark pool” trading systems. This case turns on the duty of integrity owed by Barclays to its clients. He also serves as lead counsel in the Firm’s case against Corinthian Colleges, one of the largest for-profit college systems in the country, for alleged misrepresentations about its job placement rates, compliance with applicable regulations, and enrollment statistics. Pomerantz prevailed in the motion to dismiss proceedings, a particularly noteworthy victory because Chief Judge George King of the Central District of California had dismissed two prior lawsuits against Corinthian with similar allegations.

Mr. Lieberman serves as Interim Class Counsel on behalf of a class lenders and financial institutions litigating claims arising out of the London Interbank Offered Rate (“LIBOR”) rate rigging scandal. He was lead counsel in In re Medicis Corp. Sec. Litig., in which the Court approved an $18 million settlement, and is lead counsel in a number of the Firm’s other litigations.

In In re China North East Petroleum Corp. Sec. Litig., Mr. Lieberman achieved a significant victory for shareholders in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, whereby the Appeals Court ruled that a temporary rise in share price above its purchase price in the aftermath of a corrective disclosure did not eviscerate an investor’s claim for damages. The Second Circuit’s decision was deemed “precedential” by the New York Law Journal, and provides critical guidance for assessing damages in a § 10(b) action.

Mr. Lieberman regularly consults with Pomerantz’s international institutional clients, including pension funds, regarding their rights under the U.S. securities laws. Mr. Lieberman is working with the firm’s international clients to craft a response to the Supreme Court’s ruling in Morrison v. Nat’l Australia Bank, Ltd., which limited the ability of foreign investors to seek redress under the federal securities laws. Currently, Mr. Lieberman is representing several UK and EU pension funds and asset managers in individual actions against BP plc in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas.

Mr. Lieberman is a frequent lecturer regarding current corporate governance and securities litigation issues. In December 2013, he spoke at the Annual Provident Funds Coalition Conference in Eilat, Israel on Morrison and its implications for TASE investors. He also recently led a discussion regarding U.S. securities class actions in Amsterdam.

Mr. Lieberman graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2002. While in law school, he served as a staff member of the Fordham Urban Law Journal. Upon graduation, he began his career at a major New York law firm as a litigation associate, where he specialized in complex commercial litigation.