In a November 26, 2008 opinion (here), the Ninth Circuit affirmed the lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit asserting securities law violations against InVision and certain of its directors and officers based on FCPA-related disclosures. The case is noteworthy not only for its involvement of FCPA-related allegations, but also for the appellate court’s

The calamity that began as a U.S.-based subprime mortgage meltdown has now grown into a global financial crisis that has resulted in bankruptcies and bailouts involving some of the world’s largest financial institutions. Along the way, these financial institutions’ investors have seen their investment interests damaged or destroyed, leaving many angry and aggrieved. If a

The wave of subprime-related securities class action litigation has continued to spread, as plaintiffs’ lawyers have filed new securities lawsuits against two different companies.

First, according to their March 12, 2008 press release (here), plaintiffs’ lawyers have filed a securities class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Northern District