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Securities Litigation Committee

The Securities Litigation Committee, whose active and diverse membership includes attorneys from both the plaintiff and defense perspective, corporate counsel, institutional investors and academics, strives to be an invaluable resource to those practicing or interested in securities litigation, including class actions and regulatory enforcement matters. Throughout the year, the Securities Litigation Committee sponsors a number of programs, including its annual Securities Litigation & Enforcement Institute, which features presentations by noted jurists and seasoned litigators, and attracts practitioners from throughout the metropolitan area. Through its subcommittees, the Securities Litigation Committee also publishes reports and articles on recent securities law trends and other topics of interest. These include, among others, the rapidly evolving standards governing class certification and the issue of how to coordinate multi-jurisdictional shareholder litigation. The Securities Litigation Committee invites City Bar members to come and enjoy the benefits of its diverse program offerings.


Recent Reports

Report on the impact of the SEC v. Citigroup Global Markets Inc. decision (August 2012) ( PDF )
Subject area: Settlements, Judicial Rejection of

Dialogue on the Current Law and Proposals for Reform on the Use of Information From and the Disclosure of the Identity of Informants (August 2009)( PDF )
Subject area: Informants

Coordinating Related Securities Litigation( PDF )
Subject area: Securities Related Litigation

For the full list of committee reports click here


Related Events

4/30: Halliburton: Argument, Policy, and What Might Happen Next?