Laura Stein is Of Counsel to the law firm of Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP and since 1995 has practiced in the areas of securities class action litigation, complex litigation and legislative law. Laura has developed a national practice serving as an asset recovery expert, with a focus on minimizing losses suffered by shareholders due to corporate fraud and breaches of fiduciary duty working with hundreds of institutional investors worldwide.
Laura currently serves as Chair of the Los Angeles Women's Division of Israel Bonds and on the The National Advisory Council for Israel Bonds, the Board of Governors of Cedars Sinai Medical Center, and the Board of Directors of the American Friends of Sheba Medical Center. Laura and her husband, Sam Goldfeder, serve on the Board of Directors of Beat the Streets Los Angeles and on the Advisory Board of the Boys and Girls Club of Santa Monica. As a parent to a UNC Chapel Hill student, Laura serves on the Executive Committee of the UNC Parents Council as Class of 2022 Chair, and on the North Carolina Hillel Board of Directors.
Laura has also been a supporter and activist in many community organizations including Stand With Us, The Zimmer Children's Museum, The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles (having served for several years on the PK-12 committee), WIZO, and The Simon Wiesenthal Center, to name a few. Laura and Sam, a sports agent, reside in Beverly Hills California and are parents to Michael, a red shirt junior wrestler at UNC Chapel Hill on the Honor Roll, and Sabrina, a sophmore transfer student to USC from Occidental College where she was on the Dean's List.