Securities Class Action Cases: Quarterly Disbursed Claims – Q1-2022

In Q1-2022, over $1.456 billion of settlement funds were distributed across 51 settlements. Over $935 million of settlement funds were disbursed back to investors. For more information, contact your Financial Recovery Technologies representative or email us.

Top 5 Recently Settled Cases in Q1-2022 (based on settlement fund value)

  1. Teva Pharmaceutical ($420m)
  2. Novo Nordisk ($100m)
  3. Mattel ($98m)
  4. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce ($97.945m)
  5. Altria Group ($90m)

Top 5 Disbursed Cases in Q1-2022 (based on settlement fund value)

  1. First Solar ($350m)
  2. Signet Jewelers ($240m)
  3. SeaWorld Entertainment ($65m)
  4. HD Supply Holdings ($50m)
  5. BRF S.A. ($40m)

Q1-2022 Disbursed Cases

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