January 11, 2004

The Atlanta Bar Speaks Out

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has a feature article on securities class actions. The article profiles the viewpoints of two prominent local securities litigators.

Quote of note: "A fraction of the 200-plus public companies in Georgia have been sued by shareholders in recent years. But the list includes names like Coca-Cola, BellSouth, Mirant, WestPoint Stevens, and most recently, Amvescap's Invesco Funds Group, and Friedman's, one of the largest retail jewelry chains in the country. All are defendants in pending cases."

Posted by Lyle Roberts at January 11, 2004 11:23 PM | TrackBack
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