1. Climate: Senators grill skeptic on costs of warming
  2. Class Action Firms Don't Exactly Feast On Insurance
  3. Study: Consumer Class Settlements on the Rise
  4. Public Defender System for Immigrants Facing Deportation Would Pay for Itself, Study Says
  5. US: More than half of class action settlement money related to antitrust cases
  6. US firms frustrated by EU clearing timeline
  7. NERA Named by The Washington Post as one of 'Top Workplaces 2014'
  8. New Hurdle in Investors' Class Actions
  9. Supreme Court Curbs, but Doesn't Kill, the Shareholder Class Action
  10. Local China Firm Charged with Fraud
  11. European Commission relies on NERA Economic Consulting in State Aid Approval of Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
  12. Jeffrey Eisenach talks net neutrality and Internet governance on the Diane Rehm Show
  13. Osborne accused of landing fatal blow to coal
  14. Coalpro: carbon floor price freeze could cut £63 from energy bills
  15. UK carbon support could fast-track coal-fired plant closures - report
  16. Coal industry joins calls for carbon price floor rethink
  17. Could this be Armageddon for shareholder class actions?
  18. Do Securities Class Actions Actually Help Investors?
  19. Justices May Limit Securities Fraud Suits
  20. Do Class Actions Benefit Investors?
  21. A Week to Remember in Prague
  22. Securities class actions almost double in four years
  23. Energy bills to rise to help Scottish wind farms, report warns
  24. Public Companies Face More Class Actions Despite Higher Hurdles
  25. NERA Releases 2013 Securities Class Action Litigation Report
  26. 600 MHz Auction Proposal Seeks Middle Ground on License Area Size
  27. Tracey McDermott, FCA Director of Enforcement & Financial Crime, Discusses Recent Developments in Enforcement and Emerging Issues
  28. FCA Enforcement Director Calls On Firms To Embrace 'Culture Change'
  29. FCA crime head: Time for industry to 'walk the walk'
  30. ABA Speakers Discuss Causes, Remedies For Persistent Pay Gap Between Sexes
  31. How the Bank Lobby Loosened U.S. Reins on Derivatives
  32. Fukushima leak erodes confidence in nuclear power
  33. Maintaining Wage and Hour Compliance in 2013
  34. SEC Gets Set to Test Policy for Guilt Admissions
  35. Big health care better?
  36. 'Fabulous Fab' trial is a test for SEC
  37. Government's case against US Airways-American Airlines merger is novel
  38. How Medco Won Antitrust Approval For A Deal Wall Street Considered Doomed
  39. Margaret Thatcher: one policy that led to more than 50 companies being sold or privatised
  40. Wage-and-hour settlements rise in 2012 - NERA
  41. UK regulatory fines unpredictable and defence costs opaque, insurers hear
  42. Plaintiffs firms' fees climb for securities class actions
  43. Securities class action firms earned $653 million in fees in 2012
  44. Rush to Natural Gas Has Coal-Fired Utilities Seeing Red
  45. SEC settlements reach highest level since 2007
  46. Securities class action settlements plummet in 2012
  47. Securities Suit Filings Stable, But Settlements and Dismissals Are Down
  48. Accountants Skirt Shareholder Lawsuits
  49. U.S. Gas Exports Clear Hurdle
  50. U.S. closer to being major natural gas exporter
  51. China's Chapter of U.N. Manual Advocates Reimbursement For Location Savings, Added Profit for Local Intangibles
  52. Report Bolsters the Case for Large U.S. Natural Gas Exports
  53. Report gives green light to US gas exports
  54. High-Frequency Traders Seen Profiting at Small-Firm Expense
  55. High speed traders jolt U.S. grain trade
  56. NERA Releases Study of Securities Suits against Non-U.S. Companies
  57. BofA pays $2.4 bln to settle claims over Merrill
  58. Forty Percent of Student Loan Borrowers Don't Get Advice
  59. US court throws out landmark commodity trading crackdown
  60. Opposing view: Fast trades aid market quality
  61. Citigroup in $590m lawsuit settlement
  62. Apple expert: How shoppers mistook Samsung gear for ours
  63. Government regulations choking U.S. manufacturing output, report
  64. Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch looked like an Apple product to a majority of survey respondents
  65. Regulations a rising economic burden to manufacturers, report says
  66. Rules Reduce U.S. Manufacturing by $500 Billion: Study
  67. The Cost of Federal Rules on Manufacturing
  68. Apple: Steve Jobs confronted Samsung over Galaxy phone
  69. Apple Calls Last Set of Witnesses
  70. Apple Portrays Consumer Confusion Over Samsung Tablets
  71. Clock ticking for SEC to pursue fraud charges in financial crisis cases
  72. Number of Lawsuit Settlements Go Down
  73. US securities class-action settlements tumble
  74. NERA Releases Mid-Year 2012 Securities Litigation Report
  75. Number Of Securities Class Action Deals Fall In 2012
  76. Obama's Crackdown on Corporate America
  77. SEC Settlements With Individuals Surging in FY 2012
  78. SEC settlements with individuals rise in 2012
  79. FSA fines against individuals and firms higher than ever
  80. SEC Settlements with Individuals Rise in 2012
  81. SEC settling with more individual defendants
  82. U.S. SEC settlements with individuals on the rise
  83. Bear Stearns in $275 million shareholder settlement
  84. Morgan Stanley may sell part of commodities unit
  85. 4 years after Wall Street crash, regulation of financial markets still spotty
  86. Regulators to Ease a Rule on Derivatives Dealers
  87. SEC approves new rules for dealers of credit default swaps; regulators face challenge
  88. SEC looks to economists for legal cover
  89. Students Lack Understanding of Loans: Study
  90. Student Borrowers Lack Understanding of Loan Terms
  91. Australia Has Few Class Actions, Scale of Cases Concern
  92. Shareholder class actions keep rising
  93. Canadian Securities Class Action Lawsuit Filings Hit Record in 2011
  94. Class actions piling up
  95. SEC Hits Back at Court on Settlements
  96. Have investors had luck suing companies for their losses?
  97. MF Global puts harsh light on self-regulation
  98. Fees for Securities Class Action Lawyers Plummet
  99. Dodd-Frank foes on path to court
  100. FTC's Rosch Slams ACOs As Detrimental To Costs, Care
  101. Europe highlights urgency for new U.S. swaps rules
  102. Trading Rebates on Exchanges Should End
  103. Interview with James Overdahl on the Cost of Regulation
  104. Directors and officers lawsuits increase for midsize firms
  105. High-Frequency Trading Study Finds Impact on Trading Is Limited
  106. CFTC to CME (Again): Boost Compliance Staffing
  107. China's latest export -- Securities litigation
  108. Analysis: Bruised regulators brace for Dodd-Frank court fights
  109. NERA Report on German Gas Networks Cited in National Financial Newspaper
  110. Canada's reformed class-action law wins few friends
  111. Utah's nuclear power economics explored in panel discussion
  112. If Indian Point Closes, Plenty of Challenges
  113. Company Settlements With SEC Near Record Pace
  114. Clean Air Act: NERA Economic Consulting's Montgomery says EPA misleading public on economics of air rules
  115. SEC resolves fewer insider trading cases - study
  116. U.S. May Build Five New Nuclear Reactors by 2020, New Energy Finance Says
  117. TP Doctor: Dealing with intangibles and profit repatriation in China
  118. Lawmakers seek probe on CFTC swaps analysis
  119. Crisis-Related Lawsuits Show a Decline
  120. U.S. regulators likely to clear NYSE, D.Boerse deal
  121. CFTC 'position points' lack bite of hard limits
  122. Global Nuclear Power Developments: A Perspective from Ed Kee
  123. 'Flash crash' panel calls for US market overhaul
  124. The 10 Most Interesting Class-Action Articles of 2010
  125. Canada has 28 active securities class actions underway
  126. New regulatory and tax environment for Chinese representative offices
  127. NERA Releases Year-End 2010 Securities Class Action Litigation Study
  128. U.S. Shareholder Class Actions This Year May Top 2009
  129. U.S. SEC seeks better disclosure of litigation costs
  130. Il tribunale di Torino respinge il ricorso all'azione collettiva contro Intesa Sanpaolo; Il flop della rivoluzione class action (The Appeal Court of Torino rejects plaintiff's appeal in the class action against Intesa Sanpaolo ...)
  131. The Italian Class Action - More Stylish Than in the US?
  132. Time to review the company's insurance plan
  133. Punishing Citi, or Its Shareholders?
  134. Some fear US financial reform may overwhelm CFTC
  135. US securities fraud suits drop, alleged losses up
  136. NERA Releases Mid-Year 2010 Securities Litigation Study
  137. Don't Prescribe Medieval Solutions
  138. The real world
  139. Federal Class Action Filings Plummet But Settlement Amounts Rise
  140. Metamorphosis of In-House Counsel Continues
  141. Dawning of a potent plaintiff
  142. NERA Expert Appointed to MarketAxess Board of Directors
  143. Growers want a monopoly, says Zespri
  144. Water sector's weighted average cost of capital hangs in the balance
  145. NERA Releases 2009 Securities Litigation Study
  146. ARS collapse giving rise to class-action lawsuits
  147. Here come the ARS lawsuits: Spike in class-action suits may be driven by recent auction-rate litigation
  148. Patents: The New Class Action Frontier?
  149. Utility mergers present special challenges, consultant says, and probably will keep it up
  150. Regulator Rules Out Split of KPN
  151. Are Options Backdating Lawsuits Settling Low?
  152. Let shareholders decide how to resolve disputes
  153. Luck Played Hand In Well Timed Options Grants: Study
  154. Litigation Shifts As Credit Crunch Deepens: Report
  155. Livid Investors Launch A Volley of Lawsuits
  156. Subprime Problems Boost Securities Class-Action Suits
  157. Recent Trends in Securities Class Actions
  158. NERA Releases Study on 'Recent Trends In Shareholder Class Action Litigation'
  159. Backdating, SAB 108, Fair Value Updates
  160. 7th Circuit says 'degree of success' irrelevant to attorney fees
  161. Little relief: Litigation costs rising as firms face fewer suits
  162. Securities Litigation Held Steady In 2007
  163. Complex Investments Spur Lawsuits in Europe
  164. Legal eagle grounded by own kickback schemes
  165. Class-Action Suits: The Number of Filings is Down...but the Cost of Settlements Sets a Record
  166. Are Options Backdating Cases Settling for Less?: A NERA Reprise
  167. Subprime Mess Drives Up Securities Suits: Report
  168. Study Finds Shift in Plaintiffs and Defendants in Credit Crisis Suits
  169. Expert Doubts Antitrust Claims Over Text Messaging
  170. Backdating settlements less than expected - study
  171. Turns out this backdating stuff ain't so black and white to the SEC. Now, about the business press...
  172. Higher benchmark for class actions
  173. Shareholder Class Action Settlements Hit Record Highs
  174. NERA Report Less Dire on Securities Class Action Filings
  175. Settling for Less? A Study in Backdating
  176. The Line in the Sand
  177. Carbon cost fears won't dent EU climate plan: analysts
  178. Securities class actions rising, report says
  179. Options Backdating: The Statistics of Luck
  180. NERA Releases Mid-Year 2007 Securities Class Action Study
  181. Companies Get Off Cheap In Options Cases: Study
  182. Subprime Mortgage Lending Primer
  183. Securities Suits Spike in 2007
  184. US Bailout Bill Leaves Pricing Questions Wide Open
  185. Smart meters may increase energy use
  186. UK spells out plans for carbon trading scheme for smaller businesses
  187. Independent Expert comes between BWS and PUC
  188. Gov't prepares for MVNO despite its consultants' report
  189. Shareholder Suits Peaking, But Subprime Claims Could Rise
  190. Australia exporters lambast Zespri
  191. Mobile phone resellers forced to take stock
  192. The Litigation Storm
  193. Asbestos Claims, Indemnity Payments Down: Report
  194. Subprime Suits Blur D&O Outlook
  195. EUB to rule on its own usefulness
  196. Trends: Subprime fallout could cost billions
  197. Releasing the Power of the Net
  198. Shareholder suits up, thanks to subprime
  199. US Congress takes aim at 'speculative' crude oil trades
  200. Utilise utility weakness
  201. 2009 Mid-Year Securities Litigation Reports are Out; Filings have Leveled Off
  202. A D&O Dilemma
  203. Washington Focused on Wrong Policy Issues, Say VON.x Attendees, As Panelists Debate
  204. Investor class-action lawsuits surge with subprime bust
  205. Attorneys Drop Fees in Shareholder Case Alleging Backdating
  206. Kiwifruit monopoly comes under fire
  207. From end to beginning
  208. NERA Director Óscar Arnedillo Comments on the Spanish Electricity Sector
  209. Companies seek extra liability protection
  210. Outlook for housing: Gloomy and likely to worsen
  211. NERA Expert Interviewed on Futures and Securities Regulation
  212. Lawsuits related to mortgage meltdown could spread beyond financial sector
  213. Zespri fights back
  214. NERA Releases Mid-Year 2009 Securities Litigation Study
  215. Has the Trend of Fewer Securities Lawsuits Ended?
  216. New Nuclear Plants Are on their Way, with Federal Help
  217. New shareholder class actions up sharply: Study
  218. NERA Releases Year-End Securities Litigation Report
  219. Has the Two-Year Lull in Securities Lawsuit Filings Ended?
  220. Mortgage Meltdown May Spawn More Suits; Insurers Eye Potential Exposures As Crisis Grows
  221. Securities Class Actions Growing in Canada: Report
  222. T&G moves on Zespri monopoly
  223. Class-Action Filings Grow
  224. Are MVNOs banding together?
  225. Class Action Settlements Past Their Peak
  226. Deflation posses a risk to water company debt covenants
  227. They're Back
  228. NERA Releases Credit Crisis Litigation Update
  229. Findings and additional comments from the authors of NERA's '2008 Trends in Securities Class Actions' report
  230. Where Is the Economics Behind Lucent v. Gateway et al.?
  231. Signs of Life: Securities Suits Rise