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  • Securities, Brown Rudnick, Blank Rome: Business of Law

    Federal securities class-action filings decreased by about 10 percent last year from 2011, PricewaterhouseCoopers found in its 17th annual Securities Litigation Study published yesterday. There were 172 cases in 2012, compared with 191 cases in 2011, with a significant drop in the fourth quarter of 2012.

  • Securities Filings, Brown Rudnick, Blank Rome: Business of Law

    Federal securities class action filings decreased by about 10 percent last year from 2011, PricewaterhouseCoopers found in its 17th annual Securities Litigation Study published yesterday. There were 172 cases in 2012, compared to 191 cases in 2011, with a significant drop in the fourth quarter of 2012.

  • Ex-NFL Players’ Lawyers Don’t Need Concussion Briefing

    As one of eight brothers who played college football, Derriel McCorvey says he has the game in his blood. Now the Louisiana lawyer is trying to make the National Football League bleed over claims that it concealed data about the dangers of concussions.

  • Citigroup Urges Appeals Court to Approve SEC Settlement

    Citigroup Inc. asked a U.S. appeals court to overrule a trial judge and let its $285 million mortgage-securities settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission go forward.

  • Citigroup, SEC Defend $285 Million CDO Accord as U.S. Judge Questions Deal

    Citigroup Inc. and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission defended their $285 million settlement of claims that the bank misled investors in collateralized debt obligations as a judge questioned whether the deal is in the public interest.

  • S&P Ratings Suit, CBOE-SEC Talks, Bonuses: Compliance

    The Justice Department decision to sue Standard & Poor’s has investors asking why Moody’s Investors Service and Fitch Ratings weren’t targeted for awarding the same top grades to troubled mortgage bonds and other debt securities.

  • Woman Who Couldn’t Be Intimidated by Citigroup Wins $31 Million

    Sherry Hunt never expected to be a senior manager at a Wall Street bank. She was a country girl, raised in rural Michigan by a dad who taught her to fish and a mom who showed her how to find wild mushrooms. She listened to Marty Robbins and Buck Owens on the radio and came to believe that God has a bigger plan, that everything happens for a reason.

  • Citigroup, U.S. Bancorp, Olympus, Wal-Mart in Court News

    Citigroup Inc. and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission defended their $285 million settlement of claims that the bank misled investors in collateralized debt obligations as a judge questioned whether the deal is in the public interest.

  • Falcone Loses Touch Borrowing From Funds Denying Investors Cash

    Philip Falcone left his hometown of Chisholm in northern Minnesota’s rusting Iron Range in 1980 in the passenger seat of a 12-year-old Mercury Cougar that cost $150.

  • From Subprime to Satellites

    Phil Falcone, founder of Harbinger Capital Partners, has made and lost billions with bets on mortgages and iron mines. Now, in a bid to build a new broadband network, he’s blasting investors money into space.

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