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January 25, 2019

What’s New in Securities Class Action Lawsuits and Litigation Reform

Private securities class actions are lawsuits filed on behalf of shareholders against publicly – traded companies that allegedly defrauded their investors. Supporters of these cases claim they are necessary to compensate shareholders and deter wrongdoing by corporations. However, the primary beneficiaries of securities class actions are plaintiffs’ lawyers, not investors. These lawsuits leave the U.S. economy at risk by imposing huge costs on American businesses, investors and employees, while harming the global competitiveness of U.S. securities markets and serve as a barrier to private companies considering whether to become public.

Stay Ahead of the Curve:

Get smart on securities class action litigation trends:

  • Insightful Research on Securities Class Action Trends
  • Expert Commentary from Andrew J. Pincus, Mayer Brown
  • Compendium of Securities Class Action Information
  • Register today for ILR’s Security Litigation Contagion event on February 26, 2019!


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