Monitoring


Stay on Top of Every Financial Class Action in the World


Keeping up with the steady stream of financial litigations is easy with CCC's Class Action Monitoring site. Here you'll find the entire securities, antitrust, and foreign class action world in one easy-to-use website. Log in to find:

  • All cases, domestic and foreign;
  • All settlement notices and proof of claim forms;
  • All CUSIPS and other identifiers for every case;
  • Essential information for each and every settlement, including: deadlines, class periods, attorney contact info, court information, and much more

  • You don't have to check dozens of claims administrators' and plaintiff attorneys' websites each week, or simply pray you don't miss a settlement notice. CCC gives you over a decade of information in one simple portal.

    Don't Try to Do It on Your Own!


    There have been over 1200 complaints filed in the last three years, over 600 settlements in the past five years, and scores of foreign litigations each year. And yet, there is no central hub for all this information. Add to that the fact that class actions are only getting more common, not less. Each year purchasers of thousands of securities are eligible to participate in all these litigations. That means several thousand symbols, CUSIPs, ISINs and other arcane identifiers to gather each year-- sometimes hundreds for a single case! Should we mention there are nearly two dozen claims administrators? That no two settlements are alike? That most of the time the administrators provide no security identifier information whatsoever, so you gotta search for that too?

    You already have a full-time job. Using CCC's online portal for class action monitoring is the smart solution. Instead of tracking over twenty claims administrator websites each day, setting up email alerts, and praying that no notice is lost in the mail, you can access the vast world of class actions 24 hours a day on CCC's user-friendly website. And if you have any questions about any of the hundreds of cases on our site, our experts are just a phone call away.

    Interested in a monitoring demo? Please call 312-204-6970


    More News from the Class Action World



    Did you trade debt securities of government sponsored enterprises (aka GSE bonds) between 2009 and 2019? If so, you may be eligible to participate in an antitrust settlement.

    Plaintiffs allege that the defendants (see full list below) conspired to fix prices of unsecured GSE bonds issued by Federal ... Read More

    Case Name: Akorn 2019 Securities Settlement

    Settlement Fund: Between $53.6 million and $155.4 Million

    Claim Filing Deadline: January 24, 2020

    Class Period: 11/3/2016 – 1/8/2019

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    Endo International... Sound familiar? Earlier this August we posted a blog with a similar title “Endo International Settles Securities Settlement for $50 Million.”

    So what’s the difference? Aside from $32.5 million.

    The first settlement pertained to declining demand for Endo’s generic drugs and also alleged th... Read More

    Investors in American Realty Capital Properties (ARCP), now known as Vereit, may be eligible for a massive settlement that could pay as much as 50% of damages. Given that the typical recovery is just 2%, this is great news for harmed ARCP investors.

    What is this case about?

    ARCP was an investment services firm fou... Read More

    Case name: Puma Biotechnology

    Verdict award: Up to $4.50 per damaged share, total award TBD

    Claim filing deadline: 1/28/2020

    Class period: 7/22/2014 – 5/29/2015

     

    This week saw the rarest of rarities, a veritable solar eclipse o... Read More

    Case name: SanDisk LLC Securities Litigation

    Settlement fund: $50,000,000

    Claim filing deadline: 9/12/2019

    Class period: 10/16/2014 – 4/15/2015

    Definition of class from settlement notice: “If you purchased or otherwise a... Read More

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