Maximizing Recovery in Global Securities and Antitrust Class Actions

05 Nov , 2021

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Global class actions and collective proceedings are growing in volume and complexity. Cases are increasingly based upon highly complicated financial instruments and calculations, and new global laws are opening novel paths to recovery. This CLE presentation will address these important substantive trends and developments, using as examples the ten most complex settlements in 2020 as featured in Broadridge’s 2020 Global Class Action Annual Report, including cases in the US, Canada, and The Netherlands.

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