Erica G. Sorg, Associate

Erica G. Sorg, Associate

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Ms. Sorg is an Associate at Block & Leviton LLP where her practice focuses on securities and employment class action litigation.  Ms. Sorg has been an integral member of a team of attorneys litigating the securities class actions In re Cybex Int'l, case no. 653794/2012, and In re Swisher Hygiene, Inc., case no. 3:12-MD-2384-GCM.  Ms. Sorg was also one of the attorneys representing the Brockton and Quincy Retirement Boards in a securities class action against Oppenheimer and its affiliates.  In addition, Ms. Sorg is a member of Block & Leviton's Employment Litigation Team, representing tradesmen who are seeking unpaid employment benefits and other damages from national and multi-national retailers.

Before joining Block & Leviton, Ms. Sorg was one of three Northeastern University School of Law students selected for an internship with the Enforcement Division of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.  During her time at the SEC, Ms. Sorg investigated potential securities fraud actions and assisted SEC staff in preparing for depositions and investigatory interviews.  In addition to interning at the SEC, Ms. Sorg served as a judicial intern with the United States Department of Labor's Boston District Office of Administrative Law Judges where she drafted administrative orders on various labor law matters.

During law school, Ms. Sorg completed a legal internship at State Street Corporation where she provided legal fund administration services, including drafting and reviewing SEC filings, to various pooled investment vehicles.  Before attending law school, Ms. Sorg worked at State Street Corporation as an Alternative Investments Fund Accountant.

Ms. Sorg graduated cum laude from Vanderbilt University with a B.A. in Economics and Corporate Strategy and was a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, an international economics honors society.  She was awarded her J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law where she was a member of the Northeastern University Law Journal and a Dean's Scholar.  Ms. Sorg also served as a teaching assistant for Northeastern's Academic Success Program and was chosen as a Lawyering Fellow in the Legal Skills in Social Context Program.  Ms. Sorg has served as an Interviewing Advocate at the Domestic Violence Institute at the Boston Medical Center and as a mentor for Minds Matter, a not-for-profit college preparatory program for high school students from low-income families.  Ms. Sorg is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.