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Supreme Court Questions “Obtuse” Statute Addressing Jurisdiction Over Securities Act Claims

Justices hear oral arguments on whether Plaintiffs can evade federal jurisdiction over Securities Act claims by exploiting what the Court calls statutory “gibberish” in the Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act. Please...more

Tolling Securities Claims: “In No Event” Means ... What It Says

US Supreme Court: Securities Act’s 3-year statute of repose is not subject to equitable tolling, providing greater certainty to underwriters. Key Points: ..Case has significant implications for financial Institutions...more

US Supreme Court: Disgorgement Is a Penalty, Limiting SEC’s Reach

Rejecting the Tenth Circuit Kokesh decision, the holding that the five-year limitations period applies to SEC disgorgement claims will dramatically affect enforcement actions. Key Points: ..The Supreme Court decision...more

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