Perspective: Litigation – State of pay?
Scott+Scott managing partner David Scott comments on how changes in legislation like the UK’s Consumer Rights Act 2015 have led to an increase of class actions led by pension funds as they seek to recover investment losses and improve corporate governance.Read More
Teamsters Fund Sues AllianzGI For Hedge Fund Losses
Scott+Scott filed suit on behalf of Participants in the Teamster Members Retirement Plan against Allianz Global Investors and its subsidiaries, saying investors in a hedge fund it managed lost nearly $1 billion.Read More
Allianz Investment Arm Sued Over $1B Loss From Virus Crash
Scott+Scott filed suit on behalf of a Teamsters Union retirement plan against AllianzGI alleging it abandoned its risk controls and meaningful downside hedging strategies for a fund purportedly designed to weather extreme market volatility.Read More
Scott+Scott Obtains Restraining Order in Action Over Madoff Losses
Scott+Scott LLP’s New York-based partner Beth Kaswan and her team of litigators won a critical court order yesterday on behalf of the firm’s client New York University.Read More
NOVEL INVESTOR RECOVERY: Scott + Scott successfully sues two large banks under the Trust Indenture Act of 1939- a first in federal securities litigation.
Scott+Scott filed suit on behalf of the investor Plaintiffs claiming that when the two banks took over trustee duties on a portfolio of loans from Washington Mutual NA, they ignored the presence of loans with underwriting defects. Scott +Scott was the first firm ever to seek to assist investors by pursuing remedies under the Trust Indenture Act of 1939.Read More