April 15, 2014

In Re OSI Systems, Inc., Derivative Litigation

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Case Number:

2:14-cv-02910

Court:

California Central

Nature of Suit:

Stockholders Suits

Multi Party Litigation:

Derivative Litigation

Judge:

Michael W. Fitzgerald

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Reflects complaints, answers, motions, orders and trial notes entered from Jan. 1, 2011.
Additional or older documents may be available in Pacer.


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  1. January 23, 2017

    OSI Settles Investor Suit Over TSA Nude Body Scanner Issues

    A California federal judge on Monday approved OSI Systems Inc.’s deal imposing new corporate governance controls and paying $1.6 million in attorneys' fees to end a shareholder suit alleging the company covered up the problems caused when its airport body scanners showed passengers in the nude.

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