Recent Developments In Global Securities Litigation

Law360, New York (December 10, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- As the globalization of the economy transforms business, it also changes securities enforcement and litigation risks for transnational corporations.

Courts within the United States continue to grapple with thorny questions of jurisdiction, comity, and extraterritoriality. At the same time, substantial settlements and pending or new legislation regarding collective litigation in the United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark, India, Italy and Korea indicate increasing opportunities for the private enforcement of investors’ rights in foreign jurisdictions.

This two part series reviews the key recent developments in global securities litigation....
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