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Cornerstone, NERA Reports Chronicle Securities Class Action Filings For 2012

Trends in the filing of securities class actions are chronicled in reports issued by Cornerstone Research and NERA Economic Consulting for the first half of 2012. The two reports agree on a number of items but differ on the overall trend regarding the pace of filings. Despite the differences in the reports...

U.S. Chamber Proposes Legislative Solutions To M&A-Related Litigation

The growing problem of M&A-related litigation has been well-documented on this site (refer for example here ). The prevalence of M&A litigation has grown to the point that virtually every M&A transaction involves litigation, and often involving multiple lawsuits in multiple jurisdictions...

Securities Class Action Filings Decreased Sharply In 2012, According To Report By Cornerstone Research, Stanford Law School

Filings Related to Mergers and Acquisitions and Chinese Reverse Mergers Decline Substantially; No New Credit Crisis-Related Class Actions Filed BOSTON - Federal securities fraud class action filing activity decreased sharply in 2012, according to Securities Class Action Filings-2012 Year in Review...

Cornerstone Report Says Securities Class Actions Involving Accounting Allegations Less Likely To Be Dismissed, Take Longer To Resolve

Securities class action lawsuits involving accounting allegations are less likely to be dismissed, take longer to resolve, and make up a much greater proportion of total securities suit settlement dollars than non-accounting cases, according to a new report from Cornerstone Research. The report, entitled...

Cornerstone Research Report: Securities Suits ‘Depressed’ In Year's First Half

Securities class action lawsuit filings “remained at depressed levels” during the first half of 2013 according to the latest report from Cornerstone Research and the Stanford Law School Securities Class Action Clearinghouse. The report, entitled “Securities Class Action Filings: 2013...