In this ever shrinking world, international institutional investors invest heavily in the capital markets of the United States. These markets not only provide access to the world’s most dynamic investments, they are protected by the most robust anti-fraud laws in the world – the United States Federal Securities laws.
Pomerantz, along with an extensive network of prominent law firms in England, France, Switzerland and the Middle East, stands ready to assist global clients in recovering monies lost due to securities fraud. Indeed, some of the most significant European and Israeli pension funds, banks, unions, and investment managers regularly consult with Pomerantz regarding their rights and options under the U.S. law.
Expert U.S.-based counsel is especially critical now that the Supreme Court has precluded foreign securities purchasers from monetary relief under the U.S. federal securities laws in Morrison v. Nat’l Australia Bank, 130 S. Ct. 2869 (2010). This ruling has triggered a seismic shift in the landscape of securities litigation, forcing both non-U.S. and U.S. pension funds and asset managers to seriously consider their options for pursuing individual or opt-in actions in order to recover losses incurred due to securities fraud.
Pomerantz is at the vanguard in addressing the challenges facing foreign investors raised by the Morrison decision. Read more about our innovative post-Morrison legal and legislative strategies here.
Learn more about the Firm’s representation of Israeli pension funds.