Securities Litigation in the Aftermath of the Crisis: What Happened in 2010 and What Lies Ahead?

New York, New York
22 February 2011
Hosted By: the New York University Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research in cooperation with NERA

As the credit crisis matures, securities litigation activity is rising, whether measured by securities class action filings or the number of SEC settlements. At the same time, many credit crisis related cases dealing with events disclosed in 2007 and 2008 are reaching more advanced and intensive stages. In addition, both the Supreme Court and Congress, in Dodd-Frank, took on securities litigation in 2010. This Ross Roundtable, co-sponsored by NYU's Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research and NERA Economic Consulting, brought together a panel of top experts from a range of perspectives to examine in-depth recent developments in shareholder litigation and regulatory enforcement, the impact of regulatory reform, and current academic research. NERA Senior Vice President Dr. Faten Sabry and Senior Consultant Dr. Jordan Milev presented as part of the program.

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