Tag Archives: European collective actions

Has the Rise of Collective Investor Actions in Europe Led to Forum Shopping?

As I have previously noted on this blog (most recently here), one of the most significant recent developments in the D&O claims arena has been the global rise of collective investor actions. One factor in this development in Europe has been the non-binding 2013 Collective Redress Recommendation, in which the European Commission recommended that each … Continue Reading

Dutch Shareholder Foundation Seeks to Represent Global Class of VW Investors

Several years ago, when investors’ representatives used class claims settlement procedures available under Netherlands law to reach securities claim settlements involving Royal Dutch Shell (about which refer here) and Converium (about which refer here), there was a great deal of speculation whether the Dutch procedures could become an important vehicle for aggrieved investors to recover … Continue Reading
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