Webinar Replay: Governance Reforms Through Securities Class Actions
To listen to a replay of the Oct. 25 webinar on “Governance Reforms Through Securities Class Actions,” please register through this page to access the replay link.
During the webinar, Luke Green, Head of Securities Class Action Services Research, and two well-known experts, Duke University Law Professor James D. Cox and Vanderbilt University Law Professor Randall S. Thomas, discussed how institutional investors have used securities class-action litigation to obtain significant governance reforms.
The webinar covered:
- The rise of institutional lead plaintiffs
- The pros and cons of institutional lead plaintiffs for shareholders, law firms, and other participants, including the impact on settlement amounts, attorneys’ effort and fees, and individual investors
- Key cases involving corporate governance reforms and the types of reforms that have been accomplished
- The future of reform