David Cheverie focuses on institutional investor and client outreach, as well as new case development. Mr. Cheverie advises Taft-Hartley pension and benefit fund clients regarding their rights and fiduciary responsibilities with respect to their investments and taking an active role in shareholder litigation. Mr. Cheverie assists clients in evaluating systems to identify and monitor shareholder litigation and the impact on their investments. Mr. Cheverie also counsels them in evaluating the strength of such cases and to whether or not they should seek lead plaintiff status or otherwise actively participate in the litigation. In addition to securities fraud and corporate governance matters, Mr. Cheverie advises and assists Taft-Hartley health funds in participating in pharmaceutical, product defect/mass tort, and consumer class actions to recover fund losses.
Mr. Cheverie received his B.A. from the University of Connecticut, and his J.D., cum laude, from Roger Williams Law School where he received several awards for excellence. He is also a proud member of Laborers’ Local 230. Mr. Cheverie is a member of the New York Bar Association, the New York County Lawyers’ Association, and is admitted to Bars of the states of New York, Connecticut and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.