Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Even Associates Can Be On TV

A reader, who has requested anonymity for reasons that will become clear in a moment, has tipped us off to a story that is already making the rounds in the securities litigation world.

Marisa N. DeMato, an associate in Lerach Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins LLP's Boca Raton office is the latest person to be "fired" by The Donald in his "world's toughest job interview," The Apprentice.

This is of potential interest to readers because according to her Lerach Coughlin bio, "[a] substantial portion of Ms. DeMato’s time is currently devoted to aggressively representing investors in class actions involving securities fraud by public companies and their officers."

Ms. DeMato's official Apprentice biography, interview, picture gallery, etc., can be found here.

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