6 responses to “Findings and additional comments from the authors of NERA’s “2008 Trends in Securities Class Actions” report”

  1. Listing the aggregate number of filings makes no sense. Everyone knows that there are a number of filings for each case. Because more plaintiffs filed initial complaints does not mean that there were more cases. A better indicator would be # of lead plaintiff appointments.

  2. how can the report include data through december 31 for settlements? the report is dated december 18.

  3. […] Actions (report, press release) is its annual year-end study of US case filings and settlements. Securities Docket has a short overview of the report’s findings and additional details on the study from the […]

  4. what’s the definition of “unusual”?

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