Securities Litigation Trends in 2022: Notable Developments and Challenges
Paul Zurek of Cornerstone Research will discuss recent securities class action trends and challenges during this live webcast.
The Role of Economic Analysis in UK Shareholder Actions
The authors provide a summary of key concepts in financial economics that may be important in the context of shareholder actions in the UK.
Parallel Derivative Action Settlement Outcomes
The authors analyze the settlement outcomes of shareholder derivative actions associated with securities class action settlements between 2019 and 2021.
Securities Class Action Trend Cases
From COVID-19 to SPACs, several new trends have appeared in core filing activity in recent years.
Number of Securities Class Action Filings Remains Steady in First Half of 2022
Lawsuits related to SPACs and cryptocurrency on pace to exceed 2021 totals.
Securities Class Action Filings—2022 Midyear Assessment
Plaintiffs filed 110 new securities class action lawsuits in federal and state courts in the first half of 2022.
Securities Class Action Filings
Cornerstone Research, in cooperation with the Stanford Law School Securities Class Action Clearinghouse, publishes a series of reports on securities class actions.
The Evolving SEC Landscape: Jarkesy v. SEC and the Proposed Climate Rules
Cornerstone Research hosted a virtual presentation by Joseph Grundfest of Stanford Law School, and Sy Lorne, former SEC General Counsel.
Accounting Cases Involving SPACs
The Accounting Class Action Filings and Settlements—2021 Review and Analysis report features a spotlight section on accounting-related SPAC cases.
Post-Merger Appraisal Trial Win
The North Carolina Business Court judge found in favor of the merged company in this appraisal litigation.
Accounting-Related Allegations in Securities Class Actions Decreased Sharply in 2021
Federal securities class action filings involving SPACs became the dominant filing trend in 2021.
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