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The Supreme Court Holds That A Statutory Violation, Without Actual, Concrete Harm, Is Insufficient To Give Rise To Article III Standing

USA - November 10 2021 To establish standing under Article III of the Constitution of the United States, a plaintiff must demonstrate an injury-in-fact. The Supreme Court…

Joel Kurtzberg, Austin G. Popham

The Supreme Court Clarifies Standards for Rebutting Presumption of Reliance at Class Certification Stage in Securities Litigation

USA - October 28 2021 To establish a securities fraud claim, plaintiffs must show they relied on the alleged misrepresentations or omissions that are the subject of the…

Bradley J. Bondi, Joel Kurtzberg, Grace A. McAllister

Sixth Circuit Affirms Dismissal for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction Over Out-of-State Twitter Messages

USA - July 19 2021 To establish jurisdiction over a defendant that is not domiciled in the forum, plaintiffs must generally demonstrate a substantial relationship…

Joel Kurtzberg, Benjamin Lash

First Circuit Clarifies Standards for Establishing Personal Jurisdiction Over Out-of-State Defendants

USA - April 28 2021 Defendants not domiciled in a forum generally cannot be subject to jurisdiction unless there is a sufficient relationship between the defendants'…

Joel Kurtzberg, Benjamin Lash

SEC and CFTC Enforcement Priorities under the New Administration

USA - March 15 2021 The Biden Administration has moved quickly to nominate new leadership at the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC" or "Commission"). President…

Bradley J. Bondi, Joel Kurtzberg, Peter J. Linken, Grace A. McAllister, Connor Shea