News, Events & Awards

Latest News

Upcoming Events

Meet FRT at the following conferences. We will be adding additional shows, so be sure to check back regularly for updates.

Awards & Recognitions

  • W&F Alternative Investment Awards – Best Class Action Recovery Solutions Provider – USA
  • Acquisition International 2018 Legal Elite – Most Innovative Claim Filing & Monitoring Firm 2018
  • M&A Today 2018 Global Awards – Best Financial Technology Company 2018 – USA
  • Corporate USA Today 2018 Annual Awards – Best for Investment Claim Filing & Monitoring Systems – USA
  • Acquisition International 2018 Leading Advisor– Leading Securities Class Action Filings Advisor of the Year, Massachusetts’
  • Lawyer International Global Awards 2018 – Best Financial Technology Company 2018 – USA
  • Acquisition International 2017 Legal Awards – Best for Securities Class Action Filing Solutions – USA
  • Corporate America 2017 Legal Elite – Best Securities Class Action Monitoring Specialists
  • Corporate Vision 2017 Global Excellence Awards – Most Outstanding Financial Technology Company 2017
  • Expect Miracles YPEM 2017 Award (Young Professionals Expect Miracles) – Kate Richman

Recent Webinars

Participating in Non-U.S. Group Securities Litigation – A Detailed Process

The process for an investor to participate in a non-U.S. group action differs from that of a traditional “opt-out” class action common to the United States. While the mechanisms for non-U.S. group securities litigation vary between jurisdictions, the process for an investor to participate is rather standard.

Participation in a foreign group action often requires more involvement by the firm and its legal counsel, so having a resource dedicated to addressing foreign litigation is crucial.

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Global Class Action Recovery: Risks & Opportunities outside the U.S. and Canada

The global securities litigation landscape continues to grow and evolve. We continue to see an uptick in activity in jurisdictions like Japan, UK and Dutch Foundation and a number of emerging jurisdictions like Taiwan.

Within jurisdictions that have been consistently active, like Australia, we’re seeing more parties involved (litigation funders, law firms, investment recovery firms), as well as new and inventive causes of action.

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