Mr. Wayne Thompkins is looking for someone to write an analysis piece about the ability to sue third parties for shareholder
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule this summer in a
major securities lawsuit that could determine whether investors can sue
third parties for their role in financial frauds. Industry groups are
seeking to limit shareholders’ power in such cases, which could bar the
courthouse door to plaintiffs suing credit-rating agencies, investment
banks and accountants and law firms that may have helped clients
disguise housing-related losses. We have various high-profile cases
here where investors turned to third parties like BDO Seidman and
Morgan Stanley for liability.
Sources with knowledge of
South Florida are especially welcome to respond.
Deadline is January 4th
Tompkins directly by e-mail: [email protected]