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Securities Litigation Reform

Securities class action filings have skyrocketed recently, primarily due to merger and acquisition challenges and event-driven litigation. These lawsuits often produce no tangible benefit for the class members but can lead to huge fees for the lawyers. Reforms would help drive out meritless cases from the courts.

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Episode 18: Why Federal Securities Suits Don’t Belong in State Court

The U.S. securities litigation system is actively exploited by plaintiffs’ lawyers who routinely force investors to pay hundreds of millions of dollars in unjustified litigation and settlement…

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