Covington Local Business
Friday | via Insurance Journal West
In the unanimous ruling, which focused on opinions expressed in documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the high court said investors can sue if those documents omit important facts. Still, as Bloomberg's Greg Stohr reported, the justices rejected a federal appeals court's conclusion that investors can sue if an opinion contained in SEC filings is later found to be wrong. Comment?
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