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McCarthy Tétrault LLP | USA | 18 Apr 2019

The U.S. Supreme Court Expands the Scope of Securities Fraud Liability

If an individual is not the “maker” of a false or misleading statement under Janus Capital Group v. First Derivative Traders, 564 U.S. 135 (2011)


Goldberg Segalla LLP | USA | 10 Apr 2019

Court Rejects Televisa’s Motion to Dismiss FIFA Bribery Class Action

On Monday, March 25, a New York judge ruled that Mexico’s Televisa Group will not be let off the hook for allegations of participation in a FIFA


Dechert LLP | USA | 9 Apr 2019

Non-U.S. Issuers Targeted in Securities Class Action Lawsuits Filed in the U.S.

Despite being headquartered abroad or having at times a minimal connection with the U.S., non-U.S. issuers have become targets in securities class


Latham & Watkins LLP | USA | 2 Apr 2019

Supreme Court Ruling Extends Reach of Primary Liability for Securities Fraud

The Court held that a Defendant’s act of sending emails drafted by another, that the defendant understood to contain material untruths, was


Cooley LLP | USA | 1 Apr 2019

SCOTUS finds primary securities fraud liability for disseminating statements made by others with intent to defraud

Last week, SCOTUS decided Lorenzo v. SEC, a case involving a claim that an investment banker was liable for securities fraud when, at the direction


Freeborn & Peters | USA | 1 Apr 2019

Supreme Court Expands the Scope of Potential Liability for Secondary Actors in Private Actions for Securities Fraud

On March 27, 2019, the United States Supreme Court held that persons who do not themselves make false or misleading statements in connection with the


DLA Piper | USA | 28 Mar 2019

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

A divided Supreme Court yesterday ruled that a person may be held liable for securities fraud for passing along false statements in connection with


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 27 Mar 2019

Puffery about Regulatory Compliance is Not a Material Misstatement

When the blog receives a case that is a bit off-center, involving odd facts or a different area of law, we grab it as our weekly writing assignment


Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortuijn | Netherlands, Global | 21 Mar 2019

Damages and costs for securities litigation in the Netherlands

A structured guide to damages and costs arising from securities litigation in the Netherlands


Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP | USA | 12 Mar 2019

Second Circuit Holds That Issuer’s Alleged Statements Concerning Its Regulatory Compliance Efforts Do Not Constitute Material Misstatements

In Singh v. Cigna Corp., No. 17-3484-cv, 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 6637 (2d Cir. Mar. 5, 2019), the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

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