Trends, Challenges & Opportunities
Over the past year, investors have realized the recovery potential for losses on investments covered by U.S. federal antitrust laws and the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA), or more simply, Antitrust Class Actions. Currently, there are over 40 active antitrust cases, 8 of which have already recovered more than $3B in partial settlements. Recoveries in the Foreign Exchange Benchmark Antitrust Litigation alone could ultimately total more than an entire year of settled securities class actions.
Attend our webinar as Mike Lange, Securities Litigation Counsel at FRT, shares insights into:
The scope of antitrust recovery opportunities
Recent trends, both in the U.S. and globally
Challenges investors face in identifying and filing claims
Best practices in Antitrust Class Actions
Mike Lange, Securities Litigation Counsel, Financial Recovery Technologies
Institutions have started looking beyond securities to recovery opportunities in other areas touching their investments and operations. Beyond submitting settlement claims forms and opting out to pursue direct actions in US courts, institutions are now monitoring and considering securities litigation matters in other countries.