Tag: Lawsuits

Securities Cases on Downslope

Securities lawyers were not quite as busy during the second quarter of 2009 as lawsuits plummeted from 221 during the first quarter to 140, according to Advisen’s Master Significant Case and Action Database data.

Law Firm Files Another Madoff-Related Suit

Spector Roseman Kodroff&Willis, P.C., filed another class action against Austin Capital Management Ltd. for millions of dollars of losses due to improper investments in securities controlled by Bernard Madoff and his company.

California Settles with BofA over ARS

Banc of America Securities and its broker/dealer arm will return more than $3 billion to investors in California to settle alleged violations of the sales of auction-rate securities (ARS).

SEC Finalizes ARS Settlements with Three Banks

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said it finalized settlements with Bank of America, RBC Capital Markets, and Deutsche Bank over charges that the firms misled investors regarding the liquidity risks associated with auction rate securities (ARS) that they underwrote, marketed, or sold.

Face Off

Law firm gets to proceed with fee lawsuit against Hancock

Reasonable Doubt

Court rules Smith Barney fund fees not too expensive