The global securities litigation landscape continues to rapidly grow and evolve. 2020 saw continued growth in US settlements, global opt-in actions (non-US), and antitrust cases. As we look to 2021, what trends will continue to impact the securities litigation space and what’s next that investors should be aware of?
Attend our on-webinar* as Mike Lange, Esq., SVP of Worldwide Litigation; Andrew Lasky, Product Marketing Manager; and Alex Watler, Product Marketing Manager at FRT, share insights into:
- US Settled: How did COVID-19 impact the US securities class action market in 2020? What opportunities does the opt-out market have?
- Global opt-in (non-US): Where were the opportunities for global litigation in 2020? Why are we seeing optimism in non-US opportunities and what does this mean for investors?
- Antitrust: What drove the growth in Antitrust actions in 2020? What does the antitrust settlement pipeline look like for 2021?
- Other: What’s next for class actions and other recovery opportunities beyond securities and antitrust?
*webinar is available for FRT clients, prospects and partners
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