Liliana Birziche-Miller is an associate at Block & Leviton LLP, focusing her practice on securities litigation.
Liliana is currently a member of the litigation team representing stockholders in a security class action against Immunomedics alleging that the defendants mislead investors by failing to disclose that the company had suffered a serious data integrity, and that the FDA found that the company manipulated bioburden samples, misrepresented an integrity test procedure in the batch record, and backdated batch records, including the dates of the analytical results.
Liliana was a member of the litigation team in In re Pivotal Software, Inc. Stockholders’ Litigation, a class action challenging VMware’s buyout of Pivotal. She was also part of the litigation team in Klein v. H.I.G. Capital, L.L.C., et al, a complex derivative action which resulted in a $45 million settlement for the Surgery Partners‘stockholders. Liliana was also a member of the litigation team representing shareholders in In re McKesson Corporation Derivative Litigation, in which was alleged that the defendants had breached their fiduciary duties by failing to implement and oversee controls over the company’s operations concerning the sale and shipment of opioid drugs. The case was settled for $175 million.
Before joining Block & Leviton LLP, Liliana worked as an attorney for major law firms in Boston, where she acquired extensive experience and played an integral role in providing e-discovery legal review and analysis in many significant and complex cases including corporate governance, securities class action lawsuits, mergers, acquisitions, antitrust, and commercial litigation. Prior to that, Liliana worked as contract attorney for American Tower Corporation, where she dealt with complex legal agreements relative to real estate transactions by reviewing and providing legal analysis of contract terminations,
renewals, assignments, and responses to contractual defaults.
While attending law school, Liliana received a CALI Award. She graduated law school with high honors.