Post Profile






NAM Asks Supreme Court to Protect Manufacturers from Frivolous Securities Fraud Lawsuits

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has interpreted securities laws as requiring disclosure of information about uncertain future conditions, which potentially subjects many public companies, particularly manufacturers, to increasing and... The post NAM Asks Supreme Court to Protect Manufacturers from Frivolous Securities Fraud Lawsuits appeared first on Shopfloor.
read more

share

Related Posts


Court Revives Grant Thornton Securities Fraud Lawsuit

Industries / Law : FindLaw's Writ - Legal Commentary

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals revived a securities fraud lawsuit on Thursday accusing Grant Thornton LLP (GT) of defrauding Winstar Communications shareholders and bondholders, reports Reuters. Winstar, a GT auditing client, w...

Circuit Asks Alabama Supreme Court for Political Activity Ruling

Industries / Law : FindLaw's Writ - Legal Commentary

Can a law amending state payroll protocols violate free speech rights? Last week, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the answer to that question turns on the state's interpretation of the law. Alabama permits public em...

NAM’s Challenge to Conflict Minerals Disclosure Requirement Comes to an End

Industries / Manufacturing : ShopFloor

This month a federal court concluded the NAM’s legal challenge to one problematic provision requiring disclosure of supply chain information about the use of “conflict minerals” in manufactured products. The...

Wells Fargo's Win on Nevada Lien Law Left Intact by Supreme Court

Industries / Law : FindLaw's Writ - Legal Commentary

In a tacit affirmation of another U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision this week, the U.S. Supreme Court left intact the appeals court's ruling that Nevada's lien law violated due process rights of mortgage lenders. The Nint...

DOJ Asks The Supreme Court To Give It Permission To Search Data Centers Anywhere In The World

Industries / Law : Techdirt

Having been told "no" twice by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, the DOJ is asking the Supreme Court to overturn the decision finding Microsoft did not need to hand over communications stored in foreign data centers in response t...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC