Month: June 2008

Part VIII: Securities Class Actions: Current And Emerging Trends

A key Supreme Court decision which impacts not just pleading, but also proof requirements is Dura Pharmaceuticals, Inc., v. Broudo, 544 U.S. 336 (2005). There, the Court held that plaintiffs must plead and proof loss causation to establish a Section

This Week In Securities Litigation (June 27, 2008)

This week, the Attorney Client Protection Act of 2008, pending in the Senate following passage in the House, received support from a group of former federal prosecutors. In securities damage actions, Brooks Automation reached a tentative settlement in a class