5 Ways Loss Estimation Comes Into Play in Non-U.S. Securities Litigation

  “When the models differ, comparing loss estimates is like comparing apples to oranges. It complicates decision making around case registration, and FRT is spending more and more time helping clients understand variances and the reason for them.” – Mike Lange, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Litigation With the continued expansion of non-U.S. securities litigation, more institutions are asking questions Continue Reading

Part 1: Three reasons why firms are implementing a shareholder litigation policy

In times of increased uncertainty, managing risk becomes even more critical. Ensuring proper procedures and controls are in place across your business is paramount to continued success in any environment. One area that should not be forgotten when structuring your corporate governance programs is shareholder litigation. A litigation policy can go a long way in making sure your firm is Continue Reading

Hedge funds expected to keep pace with evolving litigation landscape

The financial services industry has faced increasing regulation and oversight during the last few years with no segment of the market able to avoid scrutiny. Hedge funds have traditionally been conservative regarding their responsibilities around shareholder litigation, with many just opting for a simplified claim filing solution in U.S. settled actions. Given the SEC’s 2019 Interpretation Regarding Standard of Conduct Continue Reading