Tag Archives: Global Securities Litigation

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

Designing a New Playbook for the New Paradigm: Global Securities Litigation and Regulation

As a result of legal changes taking place in many countries around the world, as well as U.S. Supreme Court case law developments, questions involving the possibility of securities litigation outside the U.S. has become an increasingly high profile issue. In a guest post, Robert F. Carangelo, Paul A. Ferrillo and Catherine Y. Nowak of … Continue Reading