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RBS has agreed to pay $85 million to the CFTC to resolve allegations that its traders “manipulated the ISDAfix benchmark rate over a period of five years to benefit the bank’s derivatives positions”....more

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The Fed’s anticipating faster growth in the coming year and rate increases to go with it. That and a whole lot of uncertainty about the incoming administration are the big takeaways from the Fed’s December meeting minutes....more

Second Circuit Holds Facebook IPO Underwriters Not Subject to Short-Swing Profit Rules

On November 3, 2016, the Second Circuit upheld the district court’s ruling involving the Facebook IPO that underwriters of the IPO are not required to disgorge short-swing profits made with their sales and purchases of shares...more

Second Circuit: Facebook Shareholders Lack Standing for Derivative Suits Challenging Pre-IPO Statements

by Carlton Fields on

Earlier this week, a U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit opinion reinforced that federal courts take standing in derivative actions quite seriously, particular when the alleged director misconduct predated the IPO....more

Second Circuit Extends Scope of Federal Jurisdiction In Litigation Arising From The Facebook IPO

In a recent case arising from the Facebook IPO, NASDAQ OMX Group v. UBS Securities, LLC, No. 13-Civ. 2657 (2d Cir. October 31, 2014), the Second Circuit determined that the federal courts had jurisdiction to enjoin an...more

Rely Only on This Prospectus . . . Unless We Left Something Out

In a little-noticed part of a December 2013 opinion in the multidistrict Facebook IPO litigation, U.S. District Judge Robert Sweet ruled that plaintiffs could use prospectus language once thought to be a shield against...more

Purchase Timing A Wall To Facebook Derivative Litigation Despite Unenforceability Of Forum Selection Clause

Four derivative lawsuits against Facebook’s directors relating to alleged disclosure issues surrounding the company’s initial public offering have a new status: Dismissed. Last month, Judge Robert Sweet of the Southern...more

Jaffe Sees 'A Lot' of IPOs in 2013 'Pipeline' [Video]

by Bloomberg Law on

Mar. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Marc Jaffe, co-chair of the Global Capital Markets Practice Group at Latham & Watkins LLP, talks with Bloomberg Law's Spencer Mazyck about the global outlook for the 2013 IPO market. Jaffe, in this...more

SEC Discloses Data Related To 2012 Complaints

The SEC has disclosed data related to complaints in fiscal year 2012. During Fiscal 2012, the SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy closed 29,291 files relating to complaints, questions, and other contacts received...more

Market Trends & Legal Developments for Dealmakers - Quarter 4: 2012

In This Issue: -Market Trends -Venture Capital -Private Equity -Initial Public Offerings -Mergers & Acquisitions -Legal Updates -Jobs Act & Capital Markets -Mergers &...more

The Facebook IPO and Disclosure of Cybersecurity and Privacy Risks: Tips and Lessons for Practitioners

Originally published by Bloomberg Finance L.P. in the Vol.6, No. 12 edition of the Bloomberg Law Reports—Securities Law. The Facebook, Inc. (Facebook) initial public offering last month was probably the most...more

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