Hope For Investors Burned By Companies That 'Go Dark'

Law360, Wilmington (April 25, 2016, 9:46 PM EDT) -- When a foreign company incorporates in the U.S. and then "goes dark," investors are often left with no place to turn. Enter Anderson Kill PC's David Graff.

Using a method pioneered by the reviled corporate raiders of the 1980s, Graff says he’s so far been able to shake loose millions of dollars for investors left at a dead end when a foreign company that sets up shop in the United States — perhaps to raise capital in an initial public offering or a debt offering — simply stops reporting to securities regulators, sometimes for years.

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