Litigating Securities Class Actions
Single volume treatise on Litigating Securities Class Actions edited by Jonathan N. Eisenberg who is General Counsel for UBS Wealth Management Americas. Comprising 12 chapters each separately written by a different firm in an area they are renowned for. Many of the contributing authors have participated in the famous securities class actions of the last decade.
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