June 23, 2016 Articles

Securities Fraud Class Actions: A Practical Approach to Your Initial Case Assessment

Four issues that may be more important to your client than your knowledge of Basic v. Levinson and Halliburton I and II

By Jessie M. Gabriel and Sumon Mazumdar

Your first securities fraud class action can feel overwhelming. The substantive law is expansive, confusing, and constantly in flux. You are dealing with multiple acts of Congress and a variety of regulations, not to mention the unique challenges associated with class action litigation of any kind. But there are a number of practical considerations that should also factor into your initial case assessment. Below are four issues that may be more important to your client than your knowledge of Basic v. Levinson and Halliburton I and II.

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