Supreme Court Eases Conditions For Filing Securities Class-Action Suit

A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision moved the ball just a little bit in favor of easing the conditions for bringing a class-action lawsuit alleging securities fraud.

Industry lawyers say the court did so by establishing, for the first time, a national standard which says shareholders of a public company can sue a company for securities fraud without first proving they lost money through the company’s actions.

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