Forbes: The Supreme Court’s Opportunity To End Abusive Class Action Securities Lawsuits

By Paul Atkins

For the past 25 years, securities class actions have been a source of excessive and sometimes abusive litigation, reallocating billions of dollars from shareholders to lawyers.  The Supreme Court will soon hear a case, Halliburton v. Erica P. John Fund, with the potential to correct the anomaly in the law that has produced this peculiar result.

WSJ Opinion: Tort Lawyers Target Mutual Funds

Paul Atkins writes in an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal that the last thing investors need is every fee being litigated in court.