A number of media outlets have chosen to run articles on the Stoneridge (a.k.a. Charter Communications) case today in anticipation of next week's argument. Articles can be found in the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal , Reuters, and MarketWatch.
Quote of note (Washington Post): "Joseph A. Grundfest, a Stanford University law professor who supports businesses in the case, said the SEC and the Justice Department already have the power to sue third parties for their involvement in a fraud scheme. He noted that Congress repeatedly has rejected attempts to expand the rights of investors to sue. 'There's a question of real principle here: Which decisions should be made by the courts, and which should be made by Congress?' Grundfest said."