GREGORY B. LINKH works out of the New York office, where he litigates securities, antitrust, shareholder derivative, and consumer cases. Greg graduated from the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1996 and from the University of Michigan Law School in 1999. While in law school, Greg externed with United States District Judge Gerald E. Rosen of the Eastern District of Michigan. Greg was previously associated with the law firms Dewey Ballantine LLP, Pomerantz Haudek Block Grossman & Gross LLP, and Murray Frank LLP.
Greg has litigated many actions that resulted in significant recoveries for plaintiffs, including In re Horsehead Holding Corp. Securities Litigation ($14.75 million); In re Deutsche Bank AG Securities Litigation ($18.5 million ); WVIMB v. Residential Accredited Loans, Inc., et al. (significant settlement of on behalf of Plaintiff West Virginia Investment Management Board of claims of negligent misrepresentation, common law fraud, and violations of West Virginia Uniform Securities Act); In re Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. Research Reports Securities Litigation ($125 million); In re Salomon Analyst Level 3 Litigation ($10.25 million); Lowry v. Andrx Corp. ($8 million); In re Xybernaut Corp. Securities MDL Litigation ($6.3 million); and In re EIS Int’l Inc. Securities Litigation ($3.8 million).
Greg was also a member of the Direct Purchaser Plaintiffs’ trial team in In re Korean Ramen Antirust Litigation, a case that culminated in a six-week jury trial that was taken to verdict in 2018.
Greg is the co-author of Inherent Risk In Securities Cases In The Second Circuit, NEW YORK LAW JOURNAL (Aug. 26, 2004); and Staying Derivative Action Pursuant to PSLRA and SLUSA, NEW YORK LAW JOURNAL, P. 4, COL. 4 (Oct. 21, 2005).