WEBINAR

Lessons Learned from Recent Shareholder Litigation Cases Outside the United States 

Thursday, March 14, 2019 | 2:00 pm GMT / 10:00 am ET

The global securities litigation landscape outside the U.S. continues to rapidly grow and evolve. We’re seeing increased activity in established jurisdictions like Germany, Netherlands, and the UK, as well as in new countries like Denmark and South Africa.

These changing dynamics are complicating the participation analysis. With nearly 50 cases filed or book-building during 2018, investors must now consider many more factors when deciding whether to get active and which recovery efforts to join. 

Attend our webinar as Mike Lange, Securities Litigation Counsel at FRT, shares insights into:

  • Spotlight on Europe - similarities and differences among countries and implications for your involvement

  • Issuer-centric recovery efforts - why your recovery program should be fraud-centric rather than organizer specific

  • Jurisdiction profiles and loss thresholds - grouping jurisdictions by high, medium, and low risk levels

  • Corporate governance and non-litigation efforts

  • Best practices will be illustrated using current cases including Danske, Petrobras, Tesco, and Volkswagen

 

SPEAKER

 Mike Lange, Securities Litigation Counsel, Financial Recovery Technologies

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MORE INFORMATION

A Guide to Global Group Litigation

Over the past 10 years, global group litigation matters have not only increased in terms of cases and active jurisdictions, but have also evolved in terms of complexity and the degree of information necessary to make an informed participation decision. Learn how the global landscape is adapting to increased interest in global resolutions and what you can do to navigate the complex jurisdictional and filing requirements

Download the report.


FRT's Jurisdictional Profile: UK

Most consider the UK the riskiest and most burdensome non-US jurisdiction for prosecuting securities claims. With the Morrison v. National Australia Bank decision limiting what may be litigated in the U.S., the UK along with other countries are finding a need to refine and update their class action processes.

Download the profile to learn more.