Raymond Schuenemann III is an associate at Grant & Eisenhofer.
Representative of Mr. Schuenemann’s casework includes participation in securities class action In re Pfizer Inc. Securities Litigation, alleging Pfizer misrepresented the cardiovascular safety of its multi-billion-dollar arthritis drugs, resulting in a $486 million settlement; and securities class action In re Marsh & McLennan Consolidated Securities Litigation, alleging that Marsh & McLennan and its officers, directors, auditors, and underwriters participated in a fraudulent scheme involving bid-rigging and secret agreements to steer business to certain insurance companies in exchange for kick-back commissions, resulting in a $400 million settlement. Mr. Schuenemann was also involved in antitrust class action In re Titanium Dioxide Antitrust Litigation, where direct purchasers of Titanium Dioxide alleged that E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company, Huntsman International and other defendants conspired to fix prices at which the chemical powder was sold in the United States, resulting in a series of settlements with defendants totaling $163 million.
Upon graduating from law school, Mr. Schuenemann was an associate attorney at a Pennsylvania law firm where he worked on matters related to employment, real estate, tax, and healthcare law. Prior to his legal career, Mr. Schuenemann was an investment accountant in the mutual fund industry where he provided accounting services for numerous bond and equity funds. Mr. Schuenemann was also employed as an internal auditor in both the finance and banking industries.
Mr. Schuenemann is active in his community and spent many years as a volunteer pro-bono attorney at Mid Penn Legal Services where he defended low-income clients from debt collection actions. Additionally, Mr. Schuenemann spent four years as the Chairman of the Board of the Reading Area Water Authority and two years as an Executive Board Member of the Reading Redevelopment Corporation. Currently, Mr. Schuenemann is the Vice President of The City of Reading Charter Board.
Mr. Schuenemann received his J.D. from Widener University School of Law in 2005 and is a 1999 graduate of West Chester University where he earned a B.S. in Finance.