Tag Archives: Second Circuit

Guest Post: Second Circuit: Price Impact Evidence Not Always Necessary to Establish Market Efficiency

A recurring issue in securities cases involves the question of when plaintiffs may rely on the presumption of reliance under the fraud on the market doctrine. To invoke the presumption plaintiffs must show that the defendant company’s securities trade on an efficient market, which in turn raises the question of what the plaintiffs must show in … Continue Reading

Guest Post: Second Circuit Strikes Down Imposition of $1.27 Billion FIRREA Penalty

On May 23, 2016, in an interesting development in one of the more high profile lawsuits to arise out of the financial crisis, the Second Circuit reversed the $1.27 billion civil penalty that Southern District of New York Judge Jed Rakoff  imposed on Countrywide and several related defendants in a case involving the company’s sale … Continue Reading

Guest Post: Second Circuit Rules for Defendants in Landmark Insider Trading Case

In the following guest post, Susanna Buergel, Charles Davidow, Andrew Ehrlich, Brad Karp, Daniel Kramer, Richard Rosen and Audra Soloway, all of whom are litigation partners at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP who are members of the Firm’s Securities Litigation Practice group explain the significance of the Second Circuit’s decision United States v. Newman. … Continue Reading

Second Circuit Vacates Judge Rakoff’s Rejection of SEC’s Citigroup Settlement

On June 4, 2014, in a long-awaited but not unexpected opinion (here), the Second Circuit ruled that Southern District of New York Judge Jed Rakoff had improperly rejected the $285 million settlement of the SEC’s enforcement action against Citigroup. Because the case involved the question of whether or not parties may enter into “neither admit … Continue Reading
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