Securities Class Action Cases: Quarterly Disbursed Claims – Q3-2023
In Q3-2023, over $995 million settled and over $3.8 billion was disbursed back to investors. For more information, contact your Financial Recovery Technologies representative or email us.
Top 5 Recently Settled Cases in Q3-2023 (based on settlement fund...
FRT Insights: Global Securities Class Action Landscape – 2023 Mid-Year Review
Download our proprietary report analyzing the mid-year 2023 global recovery landscape.
By understanding historical data and the current environment, institutional investors and the legal professionals advising them can make informed predictions about the...
Securities Class Action Cases: Quarterly Disbursed Claims – Q2-2023
In Q2-2023, over $2.3 billion settled and over $1.6 billion was disbursed back to investors. For more information, contact your Financial Recovery Technologies representative or email us.
Top 5 Recently Settled Cases in Q2-2023 (based on settlement fund...
Case Spotlight: Wells Fargo – The Importance of Case Pace on Settlements
On May 16, 2023, the court granted preliminary approval for a $1B settlement of the securities class action against Wells Fargo. If approved, it will be the 17th largest to date.
Besides the settlement size, this outcome is notable for the speed with which...
Case Spotlight: Will the proposed Kraft Heinz settlement ‘cut the mustard’ with investors?
Hot dog! On May 11, 2023, the court granted preliminary approval of a $450 million cash settlement of the securities class action against Kraft Heinz, maker of many favorite food brands. That’s a lot of cheddar and if approved, will rank 41 on the list of...
Securities Class Actions Landscape: Three Trends from H1 2020 for Wealth Managers
Cornerstone Research recently published its Securities Class Action Filings 2020 Midyear Assessment. This blog post distills some of the key findings from that report. All trends information and figures are attributed to Cornerstone Research and the Stanford...
Five Insights into the Advisor-Client Relationship during COVID-19
At the start of summer, we interviewed financial advisors and leaders at wealth management firms to learn how they were responding and adapting to these unprecedented times as highlighted in our blog post—Many Rivers to Cross: How Wealth & Retail Firms...
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