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Securities Litigation In 2023 Showing Continued Muscle Flexing from the SEC

Newer trends — such as environmental, social, and governance (ESG), cybersecurity-related disclosure violations, and cryptocurrency regulation — are likely to provide further fuel for securities litigation and enforcement.


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With this year’s securities law trends just beginning to take shape, we can anticipate what is on the horizon for 2023. Companies should expect to see the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) — armed with an additional $210 million in funding this year — continue to flex its regulatory muscles. With many market forecasters still predicting an economic downturn in 2023, companies can also expect shareholders to try and recoup any market losses through securities class action litigation.

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