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COVID-19: A Review of the Second Wave of Securities Fraud Enforcement Actions

USA - December 30 2020 As COVID-19 has continued to spread across the United States, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has remained keenly focused on monitoring…

Michael G. Bongiorno, Jessica Lewis, Hyun-Soo Lim, Sierra Shear.

COVID-19: Lessons from the Second Wave of Securities Fraud Class Actions

USA - October 28 2020 While the global pandemic may have disrupted many industries, it has not stopped plaintiffs from continuing to file COVID-19-related securities fraud…

Michael G. Bongiorno, Margaux Joselow, Jessica Lewis, Timothy J. Perla, Sierra Shear.

Liu v. SEC: The U.S. Supreme Court Upholds the SEC’s Power To Obtain Disgorgement in Civil Actions, But With Important Limitations

USA - June 24 2020 On June 22, the Supreme Court held in Liu v. SEC that the SEC may obtain disgorgement in federal court cases, as long as the disgorgement does not…

Lorraine B. Echavarria, Matthew T. Martens, Lori A. Martin, Elizabeth Mitchell, Jaclyn Moyer, Nicole Rabner, Daniel F. Schubert, Theresa Titolo, Eric D. Wolkoff.

COVID-19: A Review of Recent Securities Fraud Enforcement Actions

USA - May 26 2020 As noted in our earlier alert concerning securities enforcement actions, as COVID-19 spread swiftly across the United States in the early months of…

Michael G. Bongiorno, Jessica Lewis, Timothy J. Perla, Sierra Shear, Robert Kingsley Smith.

COVID-19: An Early Look at Securities Act Litigation Amid COVID-19

USA - May 8 2020 As noted in our earlier alert concerning securities fraud litigation under Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act, the spread of COVID-19 and…

Michael G. Bongiorno, Timothy J. Perla, Sierra Shear, Robert Kingsley Smith.