When Grant & Eisenhofer retained Sean Harrigan in 2007 the match seemed shrewd.

The Delaware securities boutique, already one of the top shareholder recovery firms in the nation, was seeking more plaintiffs work from Taft-Hartley pension funds. Harrigan was the past president of California’s largest retirement system and a veteran labor union executive.

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