Berger & Montague is an innovative leader in
commodities and options related litigation on behalf of individuals
and institutions alike.
Beginning in 1970, Berger & Montague pioneered
commodities-based antitrust class action litigation and soon
thereafter, securities fraud litigation. The Firm's decades-long
experience in antitrust and securities litigation soon led to the
representation of victims of commodity market manipulation,
violations of the Commodities Exchange Act, and other commodities
related litigation. True to its roots as a legal pioneer, Berger
& Montague is on the forefront of legal issues in commodities
litigation in individual cases and in extending the benefits of
class action litigation to protect the rights of commodities and
futures investors, customers and traders. The Firm's commodities
clients include individual hedge and speculation traders, hedge
funds, energy firms, investment funds, and precious metals clients.
Berger & Montague currently represents victims of commodities
fraud and manipulation in a variety of high-profile cases
As a result of the Firm's experience and its history in complex
litigation and class action litigation, Berger & Montague ranks
among the country's preeminent firms for managing and trying
complex commodities and options related cases on behalf of
individuals and as class actions. However, Merrill G.
Davidoff, the Co-Chair of Berger & Montague's Commodities
Group with partner Michael Dell'Angelo, is not simply
a lawyer who has focused his practice on commodities futures and
options matters. He was formerly an options trader who owned a
currency options trading firm on the Philadelphia Stock Exchange.
Throughout his career, Mr. Davidoff has used successfully his vast
knowledge and experience as an options trader to benefit the Firm's
clients in numerous complex individual and class actions involving
commodities, options and exchanges.
The firm and its lawyers are regularly recognized by Chambers
& Partners, The Legal 500, Martindale-Hubbell, America's Best
Lawyers, Lawdragon.com, and The National Law Journal for their
outstanding work as litigators.
Contact Us To Learn More
We invite you to learn more about our Commodities Group. Berger
& Montague welcomes referrals from other law firms and
attorneys. For more information or to schedule a confidential
discussion about a potential case, please fill out the contact form
on the right, email us at email@example.com, or contact a shareholder
in the Firm's Commodities Practice Group. We are available to
evaluate potential commodities cases without charge.