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The Securities Class Action World Is Hectic. We'll Put It in Order.


With over a hundred new settlements as well as hundreds of new cases filed each year, keeping up with the class action world is tricky and time-consuming. For brokers and other nominees obligated to providing court notices to clients, it is a drag on resources.

CCC makes staying informed a cinch. We'll let you know about every change as it happens through our Notification System. Learn about:

  • New US settlements
  • Pending US litigations with upcoming exclusion deadlines
  • New US class actions, both securities and financial antitrust
  • New foreign litigations
  • Recent distributions
  • Key changes to any litigation, such as extended deadlines, expanded class periods, and additional identifier information.

    And more. When you let CCC become your single source for the world of financial class actions, you and your team are then free to work for your clients and to focus on the markets.

    The Benefits of a Single Source


    Brokers, nominees, and trust departments are under pressure from competition, courts, and even class counsel to keep their clients abreast of everything happening in litigations. In some instances, there can even be fall-out from a client missing a notice and later asking for compensation for a deadline missed, a recovery opportunity lost.

    With CCC, brokers, nominees, and bank trust departments, (among other institutional investors), can rest easy. CCC scours the legal world all day, every day, to ensure that our clients miss nothing. Whenever we find a new case or an important update, we immediately make changes to our database and our website. Keeping up with the vast world of financial litigations becomes as simple as checking your inbox or logging into our client portal.

    Call us today at 312-204-6970, and we can start sending notifications to your inbox.


    Tired of setting up email alerts, checking both physical and email inboxes, and praying that you never miss an important case? Have notifications delivered directly to you, and you'll have peace of mind.


  • 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

    Read More

    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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