Chicago Clearing Corporation (CCC) cordially invites you to a webinar on international securities and antitrust litigations. On Monday, December 14, at 10:00 AM Central, CCC’s President and General Counsel Brian Blockovich will moderate a presentation by Guus Warringa, Director of Institutional Investor Relations at the law firm Grant & Eisenhofer, and his colleague Olav Haazen, Director of International Securities Litigation.
Securities class actions have long been a part of the US financial and legal worlds. Recently, non-US litigations have become a proven recovery opportunity for savvy investors. Each year there are scores of non-US litigations. While it can be tricky to find each litigation in each jurisdiction, and even trickier to navigate the various rules and requirements in each country, these litigations are now a reliable opportunity to replenish lost funds.
Mr. Warringa, Mr. Haazen, and Mr. Blockovich will introduce the landscape of international securities class actions, review the differences and similarities across jurisdictions, and answer any questions you may have about the industry.
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About the presenters:
Mr. Warringa is an attorney based in the Netherlands and has been helping institutional investors recover funds since 2015. Before joining Grant & Eisenhofer, Mr. Warringa was the General Counsel of the international investment firms APG NV, AOT NV, and Euronext.
Mr. Haazen is an attorney based in New York and has represented plaintiffs in numerous US and international litigations, including the recent Fortis litigation, which settled for €1.3 billlion ($1.5 billion). He also teaches comparative civil procedure and cross-border litigation at Leiden University in the Netherlands.
Mr. Blockovich is an attorney based in Chicago's financial district and has been with Chicago Clearing Corporation since 1995, and has been championing investors' recovery claims since 2005.
We hope you can attend. If you have any questions, please let us know by emailing Mr. Blockovich at email@example.com.