8th December 2015
Time: 16:00-19:00 (Registration from 15:15)
Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP
As part of the Institute's Collective Redress programme, this highly anticipated seminar focusses on securities litigation from a comparative perspective, bringing together leading academics and counsel involved in recent high-profile cases, and analysing the global phenomenon of damages claims arising from breaches of securities legislation.
This is currently a hot topic as such litigation is being brought in a number of high-profile cases. Examples include: a claim against RBS by institutional investors including the RBS Shareholder Action Group, and a similar case against Volkswagen due to investor losses stemming from the recent emissions scandal.
The event will be followed by a drinks reception.
- Professor Paolo Giudici, Free University of Bozen, Italy
- Prof Dr Axel Halfmeier, Leuphana University
- Natasha Harrison, Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP
- Dr Nadine Herrmann, Quinn Emanuel, Hamburg
- Jeremy Marshall, Bentham Europe
- Anthony Maton, Hausfeld
- Joseph Sacca, Skadden, New York
- Prof Dr Ianika Tzankova, Bentham Europe; Tilburg University
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This event is accredited with 2.5 CPD hours.
Pricing and Registration
- Individual - £55
- Full-time Academic - £35
- Full-time Student - £20
- Individual - £95
- Full-time Academic - £60
- Full-time Student - £35
N.B. The Academic rate also applies to staff of government and non-profit organisations.
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