Law360 (February 20, 2018, 12:15 PM EST) -- Publicly traded corporations continue to face the risk of battling securities litigation in multiple jurisdictions. As we explored in part one of this four-part series, it has become increasingly difficult to bring a class action against foreign issuers in a United States federal court under U.S. securities laws, given recent developments in U.S. actions in a post-Morrison world. As such, shareholder plaintiffs barred from U.S. courts are looking to foreign jurisdictions. The Netherlands in particular is the European Union member state at the forefront of this sea change in securities litigation, as globally watched cases, such as the recent €1.204 billion...
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