Posts Tagged ‘Rule 10b-5’

Given that it took me until Saturday to get last week’s Class Action Blogosphere Weekly Review out, I plan to wait until next week to do the next one.  In the meantime, here’s an interesting tidbit that Werner Kranenburg of With Vigour & Zeal  tipped me off to earlier in the week.  David I. Michaels, law clerk at the Delaware Court of Chancery and a UCLA law student will be publishing an article in the Rutgers Law Journal entitled An Empirical Study of Securities Litigation after WorldCom.  The abstract, which is available at SSRN, begins:

In this article I present the first empirical study analyzing whether and to what extent In re WorldCom, Inc. Securities Litigation impacted class action litigation brought under Section 11 of the Securities Act of 1933, one of the securities laws’ principal liability provisions. . . .

For those interested in trends in securities class actions, this article looks like an interesting read.

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