Overview: We Bring Lawsuits Against the Largest Companies in the World
American corporate culture has ceaselessly moved away from the idea that a company is owned by its shareholders. This same culture has moved away from the notion that corporate decisions are governed by the rights of the shareholders. Shareholders are often viewed in corporate boardrooms as little more than an instrumentality to raise capital. Small shareholders are derisively referred to as “dogs and cats” by many corporate executives (at least behind closed doors). After great scandals, bankruptcies of the once mighty, thousands of lawsuits and billions of investor dollars lost, the corporate culture is beginning to crack. In addition congress has passed new laws designed to help uncover fraud at the highest corporate levels.