Articles

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

By Alain Mathieu and Joel Rothman – August 11, 2020 | Relevant data and information for institutional investors considering whether to opt out or remain in a securities class action suit.

When Terminated Employees Steal: Cases of Purloined Company Documents

By Brian Rosner, Natalie A. Napierala, and Katelyn M. Sandoval – August 11, 2020 | To some degree, theft pays (or at least is not seriously sanctioned) if limited to nonprivileged material.

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Practice Points

Seventh Circuit Issues New Class Certification Decision

By Danielle S. Myers – July 22, 2020 | The ruling touches on price impact and several other hot topics.

Early Lessons from the First COVID-19 Securities Class Action Lawsuits to Hit Cruise Line and Pharmaceutical Company

By Craig C. Martin, Paul B. Rietema, Howard S. Suskin – May 20, 2020 | Directors and officers of public companies should exercise great care in any public statements regarding the impact of COVID-19 on their businesses, and carefully consider and document the steps they are taking to oversee and respond to COVID-19 developments.

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Liu v. SEC: Civil Disgorgement on the Chopping Block

By Matthew P. Allen – March 2, 2020 | In this Sound Advice, Matthew P. Allen summarizes the parties' legal positions in Liu, and offers a structure to defend an SEC disgorgement action.

Post-Cyan Developments: State and Federal Court Litigation Update

By Josh Jones and Danielle Myers – December 10, 2019 | In Cyan, the Supreme Court held that class actions solely alleging violations of Section 11 of the Securities Act of 1933 could be heard in state court and were not removable under SLUSA. In this Sound Advice , Josh Jones and Danielle Myers consider the state and federal court developments in the eighteen months since the opinion was issued.

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