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Filed race discrimination lawsuit against Reuters

Mr. Wigdor represented a group of former Radianz employees who brought claims of race discrimination against Radianz, Reuters PLC and Equant N.V. These claims received international media coverage including the BBC, The Guardian and New York Daily News.  The lawsuit alleged that black employees at Radianz, a software company then-owned by Reuters, were forced to endure to “an outrageous, patently…

Founded Wigdor LLP

After working for one of the nation’s preeminent management-side labor and employment firms, Mr. Wigdor founded his own law firm specializing in employment litigation, Thompson Wigdor LLP, which he co-founded with Kenneth P. Thompson, a fellow lawyer in Morgan Lewis’s Labor & Employment department. The firm, which was re-named Wigdor LLP after Thompson became District Attorney of King’s County, New…

Appointed as Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County, New York

As an Assistant District Attorney, Mr. Wigdor investigated, prosecuted and tried hundreds of criminal matters ranging from robberies and burglaries to complex scheme to defraud. Mr. Wigdor was rapidly promoted to the Complex Litigation Bureau where he both litigated and supervised the litigation of white collar — complex financial crimes, including organized crime, bank fraud, insurance fraud, tax evasion, identity…