Senior Manager, Collective Redress
Noah Wortman has extensive experience advocating for global investors, promoting corporate governance and investor stewardship, and implementing strategies to achieve collective redress.
Noah splits his time between Philadelphia and London with a global remit covering North America, UK and Europe, Australia and Asia. He strives to provide access to justice for global institutional investors (including financial institutions, superannuation schemes, asset managers and owners, and sovereign wealth and pension funds) and others via litigation funding strategies and teaming with highly qualified colleagues, counsel, experts and advisers across a myriad of areas and across the globe. These include global shareholder litigation (class/group, opt-out/direct, and opt-in), antitrust/competition/cartel litigation, complex financial or commercial litigation, global privacy/data breach litigation, and global patent litigation.
Noah was formerly Managing Director, Americas and Global Head of Class Action Services for London-based Goal Group. There he was responsible for the company’s operations and strategic vision in the Americas and led the company’s worldwide initiatives in securities and antitrust class action litigation services on behalf of its global institutional investor clientele. Before joining Goal Group, Noah served in similar roles at Stewarts Law and Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check LLP helping global institutional investors exercise their rights to recover for their investment losses pursuant to securities laws in jurisdictions around the world.
Noah Wortman, Alistair Croft, Dr Arndt Eversberg, Pierre-Jérôme Bouchard and Maarten van Luyn. Class Action Monthly: The Growth of International Securities Litigation. July 2020.
Author. Litigation Funding: Extending Access to Justice. NCEPERS PERSist. Spring 2019, Vol. 32, No. 2.
Asset Recovery for Institutional Investors in a COVID-19 Environment. SWFI Webinar. September 2020.
Corporate Governance and Shareholder Engagement. SWFI’s Institute Fund Summit US 2020. February 2020. Austin.
Asset Recovery for Institutional Investors . Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann LLP seminar. April 2019. Copenhagen, Denmark.
How Asset Owners Are Navigating Cross-Border Deals, Global Shareholder Engagement, and Perceiving Attitude Shifts in Corporate Governance. SWFI Institute Fund Summit Asia. May 2019. Singapore.
Third International Conference on Dispute Resolution of Consumer Mass Disputes, Collective Redress, Class Action and ADR. University of Haifa Law School. March 2019. Haifa.
Corporate Governance and Shareholder Engagement. SWFI Institute Fund Summit US 2019. February 2019. Scottsdale.
Corporate Governance and Shareholder Litigation. SWFI Institute Fund Summit Asia 2018. June 2018. Tokyo.
Deep Dive: Shareowner Rights and Corporate Governance. SWFI’s Institute Fund Summit Europe 2017. October 2017. Amsterdam.
Taking Back the Power: Giving a Renewed Voice to Shareholders. ICGN Annual Conference. July 2017. Kuala Lumpur.
The Honest Truth: A Sensible Investment Outlook. SWFI Institute Fund Summit Asia 2017. April 2017. Singapore.
Shareowner Rights and Corporate Governance. SWFI Institute Fund Summit Europe 2016. October 2016. Frankfurt.
Corporate Governance and Shareholder Litigation- Three Case Studies: VW, BNYMellon and RBS. ICGN Annual Conference. June 2016. San Francisco.
International Recovery Strategies for Foreign Investments, Post-Morrison. CLE Seminar, San Francisco Bar Association. February 2016. San Francisco.
Legal Redress as a Corporate Governance Element of Shareholder Engagement: An International Perspective. ICGN Annual Conference. June 2015. London.
Walking a Tight Rope: Regulations, Risks and Policy Shifts. SWFI Institute Fund Summit Asia 2015. April 2015. Seoul.
US Securities Class Actions: A European Benchmark on Best Practices. Pomerantz LLP Seminar. April 2015. Brussels.
Legal Redress: Shareholder Duty or Dilemma? ICGN Annual Conference. June 2014. Amsterdam.
Best Practices for Launching Collective and Class Actions: A Cross Border Comparison of Tactics and Strategies. C5 Shareholder Protection and Corporate Governance Forum. January 2014. Amsterdam.