The Biggest Securities Decisions Of 2019: Midyear Report

By Rachel Graf (June 28, 2019, 8:48 PM EDT) -- So far this year, the U.S. Supreme Court decided two major securities cases. In one, the justices broadened the scope of liability for people involved in the spread of false information about investments. In the other, the court put off deciding whether private plaintiffs are able to bring lawsuits alleging false statements and omissions related to tender offers, although the issue could come back. 

Here, Law360 examines those rulings and other developments that experts have deemed among the most significant of 2019.

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