Steven Pollack, Of Counsel
Steve focuses his practice on shareholder derivative litigation. His experience includes representing shareholders of publicly traded companies, ranging from blue chip to small cap companies. Steve has experience holding individual defendants who control or manage public companies accountable for their misconduct, which includes issuing false and misleading statements to the public, engaging in corrupt stock promotion or ponzi schemes, engaging in self-dealing or insider trading, usurping corporate opportunities, wasting corporate assets, and other unethical or unlawful conduct. Steve zealously stands by shareholders who have been harmed by corrupt company officers or directors who breached their duties to shareholders and companies.
Before joining the Brown Law Firm, Steve was an associate in the litigation department for two and a half years at Paul Hastings LLP.
Steve received a B.S. in Biology with a specialization in neurobiology from SUNY Stony Brook in 2008, and a J.D. from Touro Law School, where he graduated as the 2012 Class Valedictorian.
While in law school, Steve took numerous courses in Corporations and Trial Practice, receiving numerous CALI Awards for Academic Excellence. Steve is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey state and federal courts.