Securities Law and SCOTUS: What the Most Recent Decisions Mean For Your Practice
Created on November 18, 2019
The Supreme Court has always played a major role in shaping the securities law landscape. Recently, the Supreme Court’s decisions in cases such as Cyan, Inc. v. Beaver County Employees Retirement Fund, 138 S. Ct. 1061 (2018), Lorenzo v. Securities Exchange Commission, 139 S. Ct. 1094 (2019) and denial of a petition for certiorari in First Solar, Inc. v. Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme, 139 S. Ct. 2741 (2019) have fundamentally changed the practice of securities law on a day-to-day basis. Courts across the country and practitioners on both sides of the aisle are currently grappling with how to interpret, utilize, and apply these important decisions in their day-to-day practice.
Join Carol C. Villegas and James Christie for a discussion on these issues. Ms. Villegas is a partner and Mr. Christie is an associate at Labaton Sucharow LLP. Ms. Villegas and Mr. Christie represent institutional investors (such as public pension funds and hedge funds) who have suffered financial losses in the stock market as a result of securities fraud committed by publicly traded companies and their officers and executives.
- Familiarize yourself with the important recent decisions shaping securities fraud litigation and what they mean for your practice
- Update you on how recent Supreme Court decisions have been handled at the lower courts over the past year and the practical takeaways
- Provide a preview of some of the upcoming cases on the Supreme Court docket that could have a significant impact on securities law going forward
- Discuss some of the ongoing trends of securities litigation in 2019
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