Jules Brody is a graduate of Brooklyn College, magna cum laude, and received his L.L.B. from the New York University School of Law in 1964. Mr. Brody was named to the Dean’s List and was an editor of the Law Review. Mr. Brody was the author of “The Equitable Power to Assess Counsel Fees” which was published in the New York University Intramural Law Review in May 1964. At NYU, Mr. Brody was a John Norton Pomeroy Scholar and received the American Jurisprudence Prize in Commercial Law and graduated in the top 10% of his class. He was admitted to the New York State Bar in 1964. Mr. Brody received his LL.M. in taxation from the graduate division of the NYU School of Law in 1967. Mr. Brody is also admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second, Fourth and Fifth Circuits, and has been specially admitted to practice before various U.S. District Courts throughout the United States.
Aaron L. Brody
Aaron L. Brody received his undergraduate degree from Yeshiva University, summa cum laude, Class of 1990, and his J.D. from New York University School of Law in 1995. At NYU, Mr. Brody concentrated on securities law and was a staff editor on the Review of Law and Social Change. Mr. Brody is a member of the New York State Bar and is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Cases in which Mr. Brody had substantial responsibility include: In re BankAmerica Corp. Securities Litigation, MDL No. 1264 (recovery of $333.2 million); In re Computer Associates Securities Litigation, Master File No. 98-CV-4839 (E.D.N.Y.) (recovery of 5.7 million shares estimated at $150 million); Spahn v. Edward D. Jones & Co. L.P., 04-CV-00086 (recovery of $127.5 million); In re American Express Financial Advisors Securities Litigation, Civil Action No. 04-CV-1773 (S.D.N.Y.) (recovery of $118 million); and In re Ikon Office Solutions, Inc. Securities Litigation, MDL No. 1318 (E.D Pa.) (recovery of $111 million).