On this Thanksgiving Eve, as we recall the generosity of the Wampanoags who helped early Bay Colony settlers learn how to survive in the New World, securities class action lawyers may want to spare a thanks or two for 12 members of the Ute tribe as well. Why? Because if the U.S. Supreme Court ends up eliminating fraud-on-the-market reliance in the Halliburton case to be heard later this term, one of the few remaining avenues for securities class actions is open because of a case those Utes brought to the Supreme Court back in 1971.
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