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Recent Supreme Court Decision Undermines SLUSA Security for Secondary Actors in Ponzi Schemes

The Supreme Court’s February 26, 2014 decision in Chadbourne & Parke LLP v. Troice, et al., has eliminated a potential protection for secondary actors (such as investment advisors, law firms or insurance brokerages) that...more

Complex Litigation Update: SCOTUS Allows Plaintiffs’ State-Law Class Actions Against Law Firms, Financial Firms, and Others to...

On Wednesday of last week, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a 7-2 decision affirming a Fifth Circuit ruling permitting four state-law class actions to proceed against two New York law firms and others in a matter...more

Another Securities Case For The Supreme Court. Next Up: Ponzi Scheme Cases

Agreeing to take up yet another securities case, the Supreme Court granted cert on January 18 in three related appeals arising out of the alleged multi-billion dollar Ponzi scheme involving R. Allen Stanford’s Stanford...more

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