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Timothy J. Peter

If I file a complaint with the attorney general's office will that resolve my false advertising or data breach claims?

Posted by Timothy J. Peter on 11/27/2019

See informative video here: https://www.faruqilaw.com/uploads/blog/1575405553-Consumer-TJP-Will-AG-Solve-My-Case.mp4 My name is Tim Peter, and I'm an attorney at Faruqi & Faruqi. Filing a complaint or complaining to the attorney general of your state may many times lead to resolution of your concern. However, sometimes the attorney general ...

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Timothy J. Peter

I signed a contract which waived my right to bring a class action. Does that mean I cannot do anything about the fact that I was deceived or was a victim of a data breach?

Posted by Timothy J. Peter on 11/27/2019

See informative video here: https://www.faruqilaw.com/uploads/blog/1575405216-Consumer-TJP-Class-Action-Waivers.mp4 My name is Tim Peter and I'm an attorney at Faruqi & Faurqi. What you signed is often called a class action waiver. But whether those agreements are legally enforceable by the company against you depends on the circumstances ...

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Katherine M. Lenahan

How much money can I receive as a class member in a securities class action lawsuit?

Posted by Katherine M. Lenahan on 11/27/2019

See informative video here: https://www.faruqilaw.com/uploads/blog/1575404702-10b5-KML-How-Much-Money-Can-I-Get.mp4 Generally, monetary recoveries in securities class actions consist of a payment of cash that is put in a common fund to be distributed to the class in proportion to the amount of alleged damages that each class member who seeks ...

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Megan Sullivan

How do I get involved in a securities class action lawsuit?

Posted by Megan Sullivan on 11/27/2019

See informative video here: https://www.faruqilaw.com/blog/377/how-do-i-get-involved-in-securities-class-action-lawsuit In order to become actively involved in the case, investors who purchase securities during the class period and lost money as a result may apply to the court to become a lead plaintiff. A lead plaintiff is a class member ...

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David Calvello

While Generic Drug Approvals Hit Record Highs, Brand-Name Drugmaker Shenanigans Still Keep Them Off The Market

Posted by David Calvello on 11/27/2019

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that although FDA approvals for generic drugs have reached "record numbers" in recent years, many of these less expensive alternatives to brand-name drugs have struggled to hit the market. This is not because of supply issues or natural barriers to entry: it is because brand-name drug manufacturers ...

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James M. Wilson, Jr.

House Passes Bill to Extend Statute of Limitations for SEC Disgorgement Claims

Posted by James M. Wilson, Jr. on 11/27/2019

The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Investor Protection and Capital Markets Fairness Act that expressly authorizes the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") to seek disgorgement of unlawfully obtained funds up to 14 years after the alleged violation. As reported by Faruqi & Faruqi earlier this month, in 2017 the Supreme Court ...

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Megan Sullivan

The CFTC Tackled Historically Significant Commodities Fraud and Manipulation in 2019

Posted by Megan Sullivan on 11/27/2019

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission's ("CFTC") issued an annual report on Monday November 25, 2019 outlining key metrics for the Commission's enforcement actions over the past year. See CFTC 2019 Annual Report. The report explained that the CFTC's priorities for the year were preserving market integrity, protecting customers, promoting ...

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Dillon Hagius

How can I protect myself from becoming a victim of a data breach?

Posted by Dillon Hagius on 11/26/2019

See informative video here: https://www.faruqilaw.com/uploads/blog/1575396697-Consumer-DH-Data-Breach-Protection.mp4 You can help prevent your data from being stolen by using unique passwords and credentials with the retailers, limiting the amount of information you give to businesses, and purchasing identity theft protection services. Oftentimes, ...

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Dillon Hagius

Am I still a class member if I subsequently sell the securities I purchased?

Posted by Dillon Hagius on 11/26/2019

See informative video here: https://www.faruqilaw.com/uploads/blog/1575395907-10b5-DH-Selling-Securities-as-Class-Member.mp4 You're not required to hold onto your securities in order to maintain a claim in a securities fraud class action. If you purchase securities during the class period and suffer losses as a result of those purchases, you ...

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Megan Sullivan

Am I a class member if I only purchased my securities before or after the class period?

Posted by Megan Sullivan on 11/26/2019

See informative video here: https://www.faruqilaw.com/uploads/blog/1575395293-10b5-MMS-Purchases-and-Class-Period.mp4 Only the securities purchased during the class period are the subject of the litigation. Therefore, if you purchase securities only before or only after the class period, you would not qualify as a class member. However, the ...

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