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In Goldman Sachs decision, Supreme Court expands methods for challenging class certification in securities fraud cases

USA - June 23 2021 On Monday, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. v. Arkansas Teacher Retirement System. The opinion expands the…

David A. Priebe

Global Corporate Disputes Trend Report 2021

Global - March 16 2021 Following the huge success of the M&A Trends Report, published annually by DLA Piper's Corporate group, we have prepared a complementary report which…

Jeremy Andrews, James Carter, Kevin Chan, Caoimhe Clarkin, Jean-Pierre Douglas-Henry, Jonathon Ellis, David Foulds, John Goulios, Armin Hendrich, Marnix Holtzer, Ronald N. Brown III, Krzysztof Kycia, Marine Lallemand, Stefano Modenesi, Yaroslav Moshennikov, Borja de Obeso, Henry Quinlan, Matteo Ronchi, Mirjam Rüve, Sebastian Schneider, Kirsty Simpson, Andrew Smith, Matthew Spain, Joris De Vos

Supreme Court Lorenzo decision extends securities fraud liability to those who disseminate false statements made by others

USA - March 28 2019 A divided Supreme Court yesterday ruled that a person may be held liable for securities fraud for passing along false statements in connection with…

David A. Priebe, James D. Mathias, Benjamin D. Schuman

Supreme Court holds that American Pipe tolling does not extend limitations period for successive class actions

USA - June 12 2018 Yesterday, in an opinion likely to have lasting effects on class action practice in the federal courts, the United States Supreme Court held that the…

David D. Farkas

New York's high court finds jurisdiction over foreign bank on basis of correspondent bank account activity

USA - December 21 2016 In a ruling that three dissenting judges warned would "have grave implications for correspondent banking relationships," New…

Richard F. Hans, Kevin Walsh