Wolfram T. Worms is an Attorney in Saxena White’s California office. Mr. Worms has twenty years of experience in securities litigation and has assisted shareholders in recovering over a billion dollars.
Mr. Worms began his career practicing law at Gibson Dunn and Crutcher LLP, a national defense firm, and Bernstein Litowitz Berger and Grossmann LLP, a plaintiffs securities litigation firm. Prior to joining Saxena White, Mr. Worms owned and operated a private investigation business specializing in securities fraud and related forms of corporate misconduct. In this capacity, Mr. Worms was engaged by court-appointed lead counsel, or prospective lead counsel, on hundreds of securities fraud cases. Representative examples of Mr. Worms successful engagements as a private investigator include the securities class actions against Regions Financial Corporation ($90 million settlement), Hospira, Inc. ($60 million settlement), Sirva, Inc. ($53 million settlement), and Baxter International ($42.5 million settlement). Mr. Worms has also coordinated with the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice on major securities fraud investigations and advised the U.S. Senate Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission regarding the role of rating agencies in the mortgage crisis.
At Saxena White, Mr. Worms is a member of the Firm’s case starting group, where he leverages his extensive experience in the field of securities litigation in identifying, investigating, and advising the Firm’s institutional clients on potential new matters.
Mr. Worms received his Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in History from Western Oregon University. He earned his Juris Doctor from the UCLA School of Law.