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Case Spotlight: Saipem SpA

By Andrew Laskey,  Legal Product Specialist, Financial Recovery Technologies CASE BACKGROUND Actions are being brought against Saipem SpA, an Italian oil and gas industry company controlled ...
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Securities Class Action Cases: Quarterly Disbursed Claims – Q3-2017

By Jenn Rothenberg, VP of Marketing In Q3-2017, over $1.92 billion of settlement funds were distributed, across 37 settlements. For more information, contact your Financial ...
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Deutsche Bank Reaches Settlement in the Forex Case > $190 million

By Andrew Laskey,  Legal Product Specialist, Financial Recovery Technologies  On Friday, September 29, 2017, Deutsche Bank agreed to a $190 million settlement with investors who ...
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Case Spotlight: Commonwealth Bank of Australia

By Andrew Laskey,  Legal Product Specialist, Financial Recovery Technologies CASE BACKGROUND Commonwealth Bank of Australia (“CBA”), an Australian multinational lending bank and Australia’s largest ASX-listed company, ...
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FRT WEBINAR: Global Class Actions: Risks & Opportunities Outside the U.S. and Canada > Wednesday, September 20 at noon ET

By Jenn Rothenberg, VP of Marketing, Financial Recovery Technologies Date: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 Time: 12:00 pm ET / 9:00 am PT Register Now! If you cannot ...
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Three essential things you need to know about Dutch Foundations

By Mike Lange, Securities Litigation Counsel, Financial Recovery Technologies We’re seeing more Dutch Foundations established concurrent with the filing of securities litigation in countries where corporate ...
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Multiple competing class actions against Bellamy’s Australia Ltd. resolved by the Australian Federal Courts

By Andrew Lasky, Legal Product Specialist, Financial Recovery Technologies Case Background During a December 2, 2016 business update, Bellamy’s Australia Ltd., an Australian food and beverage ...
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Taiwan is an active jurisdiction. Here’s why the potential upside for recoveries is limited.

By Mike Lange, Securities Litigation Counsel, Financial Recovery Technologies and Andrew Lasky, Legal Product Specialist, Financial Recovery Technologies Overview Outside of the U.S., Taiwan is the most ...
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German KapMug

By Mike Lange, Securities Litigation Counsel, Financial Recovery Technologies and Andrew Lasky, Legal Product Specialist, Financial Recovery Technologies The KapMug is a legal mechanism in Germany by ...
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Case Spotlight: LIBOR Antitrust Recovery Opportunity

By Sylvia Kulagowski,  Legal Administrative Specialist CASE BACKGROUND This case concerns the price fixing and manipulation of over-the-counter financial derivative and non-derivative U.S. Dollar LIBOR ...
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FX Case Update (August 2017): Five Additional Defendants Settle Bringing the Settlement Pool to Over $2 Billion

By Andrew Lasky, Legal Product Specialist FIVE ADDITIONAL BANKS REACHED SETTLEMENTS IN THE FOREX CASE On Friday, July 28, 2017, five additional banks (Morgan Stanley, ...
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Case Spotlight: Woolworths Limited

CASE BACKGROUND Woolworths Limited (“Woolworths”), an Australian retail giant involved in a wide array of industries, is being investigated for breaching the Corporations Act by ...
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History of the Australian Class Action

By Andrew Lasky, Legal Product Specialist 2017 marks the 25th anniversary of the introduction of the class action regime into the Australian Federal Court System. Since ...
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Securities Class Action Cases: Quarterly Disbursed Claims – Q2-2017

By Jenn Rothenberg, VP of Marketing In Q2-2017, there were 38 settlements with over $3.84 billion of settlement funds for distribution, an increase of over ...
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New Automated Eligibility Notifications

By Jenn Rothenberg, VP of Marketing In our continued efforts to exceed client expectations, we’re excited to have recently released our new automated Eligibility Notifications ...
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FX FAQ: How will eligibility be determined?

The FOREX case is not your standard securities class action case and requires a more hands-on approach. As in prior antitrust settlements – most recently, ...
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Dutch Foundations continue increased role in global securities litigation

As the global securities litigation landscape continues to grow and evolve, so does the litigation vehicle know as a Dutch Foundation. Last year, we witnessed a ...
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FX Case Update (June 2017): Preliminary timeline and expected preliminary approval of settlement with five more defendants

PRELIMINARY TIMELINE OF NOTICE – MAIL NOTICES SCHEDULED TO BEGIN OCTOBER 2017 On June 1, 2017, Plaintiffs provided the Court a preliminary timeline of notice ...
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Euribor antitrust claims continue against two U.S. banks

Recently, a New York federal judge allowed an antitrust class action to continue against JPMorgan and Citigroup for their alleged conspiracy to manipulate Euribor, the ...
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U.S. AGs competing with plaintiff bar in antitrust cases

An antitrust class action trend has emerged with cases being brought by U.S. Attorneys General. Regulatory enforcement proceedings by state Attorneys General could put a ...
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