About Us

Levi & Korsinsky is dedicated to fighting for aggrieved shareholders and consumers, obtaining redress from major corporations and their officers, directors, and executives. Our attorneys have decades of experience representing investors and consumers and have set ground-breaking legal precedents in high-stakes securities and class action lawsuits nationwide.


Our mission is to provide clients with dedicated and ethical legal advice and representation in their pursuit of justice for stock fraud cases. We will strive to protect their interests and ensure that their rights are respected and upheld in all areas of law pertaining to stock fraud. We are committed to advocating for our clients and providing them with the best possible outcomes in their cases.

We will remain informed of the latest developments in the field, advise our clients with integrity, and provide them with compassionate representation. We will also work to raise public awareness and protect investors from potential risks associated with stock fraud. We believe that everyone should have access to justice and believe in fighting for the rights of our clients.

We have a team of knowledgeable and experienced lawyers who are up-to-date with the latest legal regulations and industry practices. We are committed to providing our clients with reliable, honest and effective legal services.

We understand the importance of making sure that our clients are well-informed about their case and their rights. Therefore, we will always strive to provide them with transparent communication and comprehensive legal advice that allows them to make well-informed decisions.

Our firm is dedicated to providing the highest quality service to our clients and ensuring that their legal needs are met with the utmost care and attention. If you have suffered losses due to fraudulent activities or negligence of financial institutions, don’t hesitate to contact us and see how we can help.


Established in 2003, our law firm has been providing legal advice and representation to our clients for over two decades. We are proud of our history and the successes we have achieved in this time. Our attorneys are highly experienced and have the expertise to handle a wide range of legal issues. We have a team of dedicated professionals who are well versed in the laws of the state of New York and have extensive experience in both criminal and civil law.

We are committed to providing our clients with the best possible representation and advice, which is why we invest heavily in continuing education and staying up-to-date on the latest laws and regulations. We are also committed to providing our clients a safe and secure environment, where their rights are respected and their cases are handled with the utmost care and sensitivity. We strive to provide our clients with the highest level of professionalism and ethical behavior.

Practice Areas

Levi & Korsinsky attorneys represent plaintiffs in civil consumer protection actions and shareholder rights lawsuits.

Securities Fraud

Our team challenges corporate mergers and acquisitions that are unfair to minority stockholders. We tirelessly pursue improvements to transaction terms and increased value for investors.

Mergers & Acquisitions

Challenging proposed corporate merger & acquisition transactions to improve transaction terms and increase value for shareholders.

Consumer Protection

Our attorneys hold major companies accountable for violations of consumer protection laws, including product defects, overcharging, deceptive marketing, and data breaches.

Corporate Governance

Our derivative litigation team brings actions on behalf of companies and their current shareholders to hold directors, executives, and officers accountable for breaches of fiduciary duty that harm stockholder value. We prosecute to gain access to corporate books and records, claw back excessive executive compensation, institute corporate governance reforms, fight self-dealing directors, etc.

Nationwide Offices, Worldwide Litigation


New York
33 Whitehall Street, 17th Floor

New York, NY 10004

Tel: 212-363-7500

Fax: 212-363-7171


Washington, D.C.
1101 Vermont Ave. NW Suite 700

Washington, D.C. 20005

Tel: 202-524-4290


1111 Summer Street, Suite 403

Stamford, CT 06905

Tel: 203-992-4523


San Francisco
1160 Battery Street East Suite 100 - #3425

San Francisco, CA 94111

Tel: 415-373-1671


Los Angeles
445 South Figueroa Street, 31st Floor

Los Angeles, CA 90071

Tel: 213-985-7290

Frequently asked questions

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What is a securities fraud class action?

A securities class action, or securities fraud class action, is a lawsuit filed by investors who suffered economic injury due to transacting in a company’s securities within a specific timeframe and as a result of violations of the securities laws.

How long do these cases take?

On average, these cases take two to four years to resolve. Because there can be long periods between filings and updates, we recommend that you log in to CORE (Compensation Recovery) to get signed up for email alerts.

How do I know if I am included?

Investors who are represented in the lawsuit are called “class members”. In order to be a class member, you must have incurred a loss on shares of the company purchased or acquired during the class period.

What if I have not sold my shares?

A “paper” or “unrealized” loss means that you still own shares in the company, but those shares are worth less than they were when you purchased them. Generally, investors with unrealized losses will be included as class members, provided they acquired those shares within the class period.

What is a Lead Plaintiff and why would I want the courts to appoint me as one?

Before a securities class action can be litigated, the court must appoint a shareholder to make decisions for the entire group of wronged investors. This shareholder is called a lead plaintiff. They will have substantial monetary losses and must be willing to act in the best interests of all class members. The lead plaintiff is responsible for consulting with and overseeing the attorneys, approving filings, and approving any settlements that may come about. Shareholders who want to have greater control over the litigation should consider asking the courts to appoint them as lead plaintiff.