NPR represented a class of underpaid royalty owners in this action against Laredo Petroleum Inc. The class members in this case alleged Laredo unlawfully deducted certain post-production costs from the class members’ royalty payments. As a result of NPR’s hard work and dedication to this action spanning nearly three years, the firm obtained a settlement
NPR brought this action on behalf of Northumberland County Retirement Systems and other purchasers or acquirers of GMX common stock, asserting claims for alleged violation of federal securities laws against GMX Resources Inc., and certain individual and underwriter defendants. Defendants filed motions to dismiss, which were hard-fought and fully briefed by NPR. During the pendency
NPR represented a class of royalty owners in this action against Range Resources, an energy company with substantial interests in Oklahoma oil and gas wells. The class members in this case alleged Range unlawfully deducted certain pre-marketing costs from the class members’ royalty payments. The class also claimed Range consistently sent false and/or misleading check
NPR served as co-class counsel in this action alleging QEP, an energy company with oil and gas operations in Oklahoma, secretly and systematically made unlawful deductions from a class of royalty owners’ monthly royalty payments. Specifically, the class alleged, among other things, that QEP ignored Oklahoma law and the class members’ oil and gas leases by
A $280 million CompSource v Bank of New York securities lending litigation settlement, led by Nix Patterson & Roach as class counsel, received final approval by Judge Kim West, of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma on Thursday, October 25, 2012. From the transcript of the Final Fairness Hearing, Judge
On July 6, 2012, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma preliminarily approved a $280,000,000 cash settlement in Compsource Oklahoma, et al. v. BNY Mellon, N.A., et al., Case No: Civ 08-469-KEW. As part of its Order, the Court preliminarily certified a Class consisting of: All clients of BNY Mellon’s securities
The United States District Court for the Southern District of New York entered a Final Order and Judgment approving the settlement of Board of Trustees of the AFTRA Retirement Fund v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. Litigation.
NPR filed suit in the Southern District of New York on behalf of AFTRA and other participants in JPMorgan’s securities lending program alleging that JPMorgan violated its fiduciary duties (under both common law and ERISA) to AFTRA and the class in connection with certain investments in Sigma, an opaque offshore fund. Judge Shira Scheindlin certified