After Morrison, Recoveries for Non-U.S. Investors under the Dutch Collective Settlements Act?

A recent announcement involving prior Dutch settlements underscores that efforts to obtain recoveries outside the U.S. on behalf of non-U.S. investors have actually been underway for some time. The settlements show how parallel (or at least sequential) proceedings can resolve the claims of both U.S. and non-U.S. investors, respectively. These procedures, which have been used before in the same way, may afford a means by which all investors – including even non-U.S. investors – potentially may obtain recoveries, notwithstanding the constraints of Morrison.

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