Donald A. Broggi is a graduate of University of Pittsburgh (B.A. 1990) and Duquesne University School of Law (J.D. 2000). He is engaged in the firm's complex securities, antitrust and consumer litigation, including: In re: Priceline.com Securities Litigation, Irvine, et al. v. Imclone Systems, Inc., et al., In re: Rubber Chemicals Antitrust Litigation; In re: Plastic Additives Antitrust Litigation and Hohider v. UPS; among others. Currently, Mr. Broggi dedicates his efforts to the firm’s institutional investor department and consulting with institutional investors in the United States and Europe on issues relating to corporate fraud in the U.S. securities markets, as well as corporate governance issues. Mr. Broggi presents at investor conferences in the United States on the value of shareholder activism as a necessary component of preventing corporate fraud abuses. Mr. Broggi is admitted to practice in New York and Pennsylvania.