For the sixth supplement to the Second Edition of Securities Litigation, new editors Lyle Roberts of Shearman & Sterling and Jonathan Youngwood of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett and their respective teams of expert securities litigation practitioners have updated every chapter of this treatise to keep you up
to date on the latest cases and other developments in private securities class actions and provide you with a comprehensive analysis of the key issues involved in shareholder litigation as it is practiced today.

Securities Litigation: A Practitioner’s Guide provides you with the guidance you need to help your clients get the competitive edge in securities class actions. This reference helps you master relevant federal procedural rules for securities class actions • effective defenses against such actions • appellate standards of review, and • the steps involved in achieving favorable settlements.

Securities Litigation also makes sure you’re ready to go to trial if it’s necessary, by showing you how to develop persuasive trial themes • strengthen your trial presentation • use facts and arguments that resonate with jurors • maximize the impact of expert witnesses • get valuable deposition testimony admitted at trial, and • strengthen other litigation skills.

Securities Litigation: A Practitioner’s Guide is an invaluable resource for securities practitioners, as well as executives and managers in securities firms, compliance officers, general practitioners engaged in securities litigation, investors, and federal and state regulators.
Publication Date: October 2016
Last Updated: July 2023
ISBN: 9781402427343
Page Count: 1,444 pages
Number of Volumes: 1

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