3 Trends On The Securities Litigation Radar: Midyear Report
By Dean Seal (July 16, 2021, 9:21 PM EDT) -- As the country began to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic this year, securities litigators found themselves returning to court to litigate over a boom in SPAC deals and mulling intensified investor interest in environmental and socially conscious corporate governance policies.
Despite early uncertainty about whether lockdowns and court closures could bring securities litigation, like a range of other industries, to a standstill, the speedy and widespread adoption of telework mixed with the resiliency of the U.S. court system kept proceedings largely on track, and indeed may have hastened a new normal.
"I think all of that has been a very positive development...
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