Andrew Morganti is a Principal at Kim Spencer McPhee and a member of the Securities Litigation Group.
Andrew has served as lead counsel for plaintiffs in many Canadian securities and antitrust class actions, often including those with parallel cross-border cases in England, Germany, Netherlands, and the United States. He was called to the bar in Ontario in January 2010 after practicing law in the United States since 1998 at firms in Washington D.C., and New York. In 2012, he founded Morganti & Co., P.C., which became one of the leading Canadian firms representing investors in securities class actions.
Andrew has argued many leave to proceed, certification, jurisdictional, and discovery motions to advance statutory secondary market shareholder claims in Alberta, Ontario, and Quebec. In the U.S., Andrew played significant roles in In re Initial Public Offering Securities Litigation (S.D.N.Y. 21-MC-92 (SAS)) (over 300 consolidated shareholder class actions challenging manipulation of tech company initial public offerings that led to the dot-com bubble); and Myers v. Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (L.A. Sup. Ct. BC312115) (successfully defeating defendants’ motions to dismiss claims arising from misleading analyst research reports).
Andrew earned a B.A. from University of Michigan (1994), a J.D. from Michigan State University (1997), and an LLM in banking and finance from Boston University School of Law (1999). He is admitted to practice law in Ontario and in the District of Columbia, Michigan, and New York.