In 2016, nearly $2 billion in settlement funds were disbursed as part of the Credit Default Swap (CDS) lawsuit, which alleged many of Wall Street’s largest firms conspired to limit competition in the CDS market. Rather than a sizable outlier, this matter is a bellwether for a larger group of cases with potential recoveries on a scale not previously seen in the securities area.
With more than 50 efforts at different stages of litigation, many investors are not prepared to take full advantage of what lies ahead.
What you will learn:
Complexity of antitrust class action litigation
Future of antitrust matters in the U.S. and abroad
Claims filing protocol for Forex Antitrust Case ($2.3B)