Doug Wigdor The Trump Loving Lawyer Who Won't Stop Suing Fox News Bloomberg Businessweek

Achievements

Over

$1 Billion

in Verdicts and Settlements.

  • $23.72 million arbitration award (one of the largest single-plaintiff employment arbitration verdicts) on behalf of the former Chief Financial Officer of Six Flags;

  • $7.5 million verdict in a disability discrimination case against Wal‐Mart, one of the largest verdicts ever in a single plaintiff case under the Americans with Disabilities Act;

  • $8 million (approx.) verdict on behalf of the former Editor‐in‐Chief of The Source Magazine, who was retaliated against after she complained of gender discrimination;

  • $3.35 million verdict on behalf of a former employee of Nassau County whose due process rights were violated;

  • $1.35 million verdict in a disability case where our client was terminated from his employer after disclosing he was HIV positive;

  • $1.126 million jury verdict in a Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower retaliation case on behalf of a former Vice President and Wealth Manager at JPMorgan Chase; and

  • Arbitration award of over $700,000 on behalf of former Managing Director at Manhattan-based consulting group who was terminated without basis for “Cause”

Achievements

Received J.D. from Catholic University School of Law in Washington D.C.

1993

Wigdor graduated in the top of his class at Catholic University School of Law. While at Catholic University, Mr. Wigdor was a senior staff member on the Catholic University Law Review.

Received B.A. in Political Science and Government, cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis

1990

Mr. Wigdor is a member of Washington University’s New York Eliot Society Membership Committee, and a volunteer for the Leading Together Campaign for Washington University.  Mr. Wigdor has also endowed a scholarship for an Arts & Sciences student at Washington University and has endowed a cycling studio in the student Recreational Center.