U.S.-Listed Chinese Company Securities Suit Dismissed

Despite marked alleged differences between revenues and profits reported in China Century Dragon Media's U.S. IPO prospectus and the equivalent figures reported in its Chinese operations' filings in China, a federal court has granted the dismissal motion in the securities class action lawsuit...

How Far Can the Plaintiffs Really Go With the Cases Against U.S.-Listed Chinese Companies?

During 2011, plaintiffs filed a wave of securities class action lawsuits against U.S.-listed Chinese companies. There were 39 of these lawsuits filed in 2011 (out of 218 total securities class action lawsuit filings in 2011), as discussed here . Often the complaints in these lawsuits consisted of...

The Modest Early Settlements of Securities Suits Involving U.S.-Listed Chinese Companies

Beginning in 2010 and accelerating in 2011, plaintiffs' lawyers filed a wave of securities class action lawsuits against U.S.-listed Chinese companies, many of which obtained their U.S. listings via reverse merger. These cases have been making their way through the courts, and some have now reached...

U.S.-Listed Chinese Companies: Bump-Up Claims Up Next?

One of the most distinctive recent securities litigation trends has been the surge of litigation involving U.S.-listed Chinese companies. As a result of the litigation threat, as well as beaten-down market valuations, many Chinese companies are now taking steps to de-list from the U.S. exchanges. However...