Law360 (February 22, 2018, 10:35 AM EST) -- While class actions are commonplace in U.S. securities litigation, the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2010 decision in Morrison has forced certain securities litigation to be brought in other parts of the globe. As a result, jurisprudence in several countries is developing to respond to this globalization. However, each country is developing a slightly different approach to the structure of a potential class or collective action and the scope of claims subject to settlement. For example, as explained in part two of this four-part series, the Netherlands, which views itself as a jurisdiction to handle significant, multinational matters, has become increasingly popular because...
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