Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Plaintiffs Face Skeptical Court in Key Fraud Case

With Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. taking the lead in arguments in the Stoneridge case -- one of the most closely watched business cases in years -- the Supreme Court appeared strongly inclined to leave it to Congress to define the circumstances under which secondary players like investment banks, auditors and vendors can be sued in private securities fraud actions. Go to Article from The New York Times»

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