Non-U.S. Issuers Targeted in Securities Class Action Lawsuits Filed in the United States  

March 29, 2020
Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance

Introduction

Companies headquartered or with principal places of business outside the United States (“non-U.S. issuers”) continue to be targets of securities class actions filed in the United States. Indeed, 2019 continued to see an uptick in the number of securities class action lawsuits brought against non-U.S. issuers from the previous year, consistent with the general trend of filings trending upwards over the last decade. It is therefore imperative that multinational companies not only pay attention to recent filing trends in the United States, but that they also take proactive measures to mitigate any potential risks.

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