Tag: Studies

Pension funds don’t really value right to sue for fraud – new study — On the Case

But a forthcoming paper in the Journal of Legal Studies by a Berkeley law professor says that pension funds don’t seem to be putting their money where their mouths are. According to study author Robert Bartlett, there’s an apparent gap between institutional investors’ adamant advocacy for shareholder class actions and their actual trading decisions. via Pension funds don’t really value…

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Almost 100%: Ivory Soap, Walter White’s Blue Meth and Takeover Litigation – Compliance Week

It is hard to make anything 100% pure. Ivory Soap famously falls just short at 99.44% pure. Even Breaking Bad’s Walter White could not get his blue-tinted methamphetamine purer than 99.1%. We appear to be closing in quickly, however, on the 100% level in one area of law: takeover litigation. via Almost 100%: Ivory Soap, Walter White’s Blue Meth and Takeover Litigation…

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