September 6, 2022
Carol Gilden represents institutional investors in securities class actions, transaction and derivative litigation, and individual actions, as well as in foreign securities litigation. Recently she obtained a 2-1 decision from the 7th Circuit, reversing the dismissal of novel derivative litigation arising from Boeing’s fatal 737 Max crashes. She also represented Teamsters Local No. 710’s pension fund in a securities class action against Bayer related to the Monsanto acquisition. She is a vice president of the Institute for Law and Economic Policy and was on the corporate governance and markets advisory councils with the Council of Institutional Investors. Gilden was the first woman president of the National Association of Shareholder and Consumer Attorneys.
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