The SEC shouldn’t let a company doing an initial public offering restrict possible class-action lawsuits by its shareholders, Commissioner Robert Jackson Jr. told a New York investment conference. Such a move should only follow a rulemaking process through which the SEC gets public comments and studies the costs to investors of forcing disputes into private arbitration hearings, Mr. Jackson said.
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