Successful Resolution of Securities Fraud Case for Healthcare Company

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Defense of publicly traded healthcare company in a federal securities fraud case brought by corporate shareholders and officers. Plaintiffs sought in excess of $50 million in compensatory and punitive damages. The case was settled without requiring the client or its insurer to pay any monies to the plaintiffs.
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Michael N. Kreitzer

Michael N. Kreitzer

Partner, Litigation Practice Group Chair
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