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Maximize Recovery From Antitrust Class Actions Litigations
What process do you have in place for recovery opportunities outside of the traditional U.S. passive claims filing for securities class actions?
These cases arise out of anti-competitive behavior and/or market manipulation, often involving financial instruments or traded contracts (including commodities) other than stocks and bonds. They differ from securities class actions in that the cases themselves involve different bodies of law and different processes for recovery.
Our Antitrust Recovery Service is designed to help you Identify, file claims and recover funds in non-securities class actions including those under federal antitrust laws, the Commodity Exchange Act, and other laws relevant to their business.
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...
Case Spotlight: Mexican Government Bonds Antitrust Settlement
The District Court preliminarily approved a $20.7M partial settlement of federal antitrust and common law claims against Barclays and J.P. Morgan (the “Settling Defendants”). Plaintiffs will continue litigation against the...
Antitrust Cases – Opportunity for Institutional Investors in Australia
Participation in Antitrust class actions is complicated. They require an in-depth understanding of the ubiquitous nature of interest rates, how they might impact your portfolio, and how long you’ve been investing in instruments tied to these rates. While...
On September 6, 2016, plaintiffs entered into a settlement agreement with Deutsche Bank (Settlement: $38m) in a suit alleging that the bank conspired to dictate the price of silver. Since the settlement against Deutsche Bank, litigation has continued against...
Case Spotlight: SSA Bonds Antitrust Litigation – Claim Filing Deadline Announced for $95.5M Settlement
On July 16, 2020, a Manhattan federal judge preliminarily approved a $95.5 million settlement that investors reached with Deutsche Bank, Bank of America and HSBC in a suit alleging the banks rigged the market for bonds issued by foreign governments.
On October 5, 2020, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York approved settlements with five defendant banks (see below) totaling $21.775m in the LIBOR Non-Defendant Over-the-Counter (OTC) Action, also referenced as the...
2019 Year in Review ― Antitrust Class Action Litigation & Settlements
Over the last decade, nearly $7 billion in settlement funds have been made available to investors who suffered economic losses as a result of alleged violations of U.S. Federal Antitrust Laws and the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA). As antitrust settlements...
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