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Supreme Court Will Decide Whether Filing A Class Action Tolls Statute of Repose Under Federal Securities Laws
Last year, we reported on the Second Circuit's ruling in Police & Fire Retirement System of City of Detroit v. IndyMac MBS, Inc. (pdf), 721 F.3d 95 (2d Cir. 2013), that the filing of a class action does not toll the statute of repose in the Securities Act of 1933 for would-be class members who later seek to intervene or file their own suits.
United States
12 Mar 2014
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Supreme Court Holds That Securities Fraud Plaintiffs Need Not Show Materiality At Class Certification
Today, in Amgen Inc. v. Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds, No. 11-1085, the Supreme Court held that proof of materiality is not a prerequisite for class certification in a securities fraud class action under Section 10(b), even though materiality is a predicate of the fraud-on-the-market presumption of reliance.
United States
5 Mar 2013
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