Bio

Roy Shimon

Partner

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Contact Information:
Phone: 212-946-9467

Education:
B.A., cum laude, Franklin & Marshall College, 2003
J.D., St. John's University School of Law, 2006

Bar Admissions:
New York, 2007
Mr. Shimon represents clients that include cities, municipalities, investment management groups, and institutional and individual investors in complex business disputes with a primary focus on securities fraud, antitrust violations, and corporate misconduct. For all clients of all types of cases, I maintain the same level of passion and commitment to serving each client’s specific needs and best interests. I believe that maintaining continuous communication with your client throughout the legal process is critical to understanding each client’s unique needs and objectives. I find the most important and rewarding part of practicing law to be the attorney-client relationship and being successful at helping clients achieve their goals.

Some of Mr. Shimon’s notable achievements and successes in include: • Zynga Inc. Securities Litig. (N.D. Cal.) (securities fraud recovery of $23 million) • In re PLX Tech. Inc. S’holders Litig. (Del Ch.) (stockholder recovery of $14.1 million) • In re Popular Inc. ERISA Litig. (D.P.R.) (employee investor recovery of $8.2 million) • Shanehchian, et al. v. Macy’s Inc. (S.D. Ohio) (employee investor recovery of $8.5 million) • In re Liquid Aluminum Sulfate Antitrust Litig. (D.N.J.) (currently represents the City of Charlotte, North Carolina in ongoing multidistrict antitrust litigation)

Mr. Shimon graduated cum laude from Franklin & Marshall College in 2003, where he was inducted into the Pi Sigma Alpha and Alpha Kappa Delta National Honor Societies. He received his J.D. from St. John’s University School of Law in 2006, where he served on the Executive Board of the Moot Court Honor Society and as Vice President of the Entertainment & Sports Law Society. He was recognized by Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” in the New York Metro area each year from 2014-2018.

Mr. Shimon remains active in alumni relations, having served as a law student mentor and worked with Franklin & Marshall College’s Alumni Advising & Development Office on developing programs for advising college students on transitioning to a legal career, providing mentorships to support recent law school graduates, and organizing regional CLE and networking events for alumni.