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     This is a securities fraud class action brought against LSB Industries, Inc. alleging that LSB failed to disclose that LSB’s costs related to the expansion of the El Dorado Facility would be significantly higher than reported, which made LSB’s statements about its business operations and prospects false and misleading.

SEIN shareholder sues for securities fraud

     This securities fraud class action alleges that Sientra failed to disclose that (1) its exclusive reliance on Silimed’s Brazilian manufacturing facilities carried significant quality control risks and (2) the manufacturing processes at the Silimed Rio de Janeiro manufacturing plant were contaminated.

     This lawsuit alleges QLogic violated federal securities laws by failing to timely disclose an industry wide slow down and inventory build up at large OEM customer.


This investigation is based on publically disclosed FINRA action relating to Malcolm Babin. 

This investigation was triggered by FINRA news that it is investigating Ahmad “Kevin” Wares for stockbroker misconduct.

Shiloh shareholder sues for securities fraud

This is a class action alleges that Shiloh failed to properly account for certain costs and therefore improperly inflated net income.


This federal securities class action alleges executives of Liquid Holdings Group, LLC lied to investors about it revenue recognition practices especially relating to an outstanding debt owed by an affiliated company.


Cellceutix sued for shareholder fraud

The lawsuit alleges a host of material nondisclosures by the company artificially inflated the stock price, including that (1) Cellceutix’s antibiotic drug candidate Brilacidin was ineffective; (2) Cellceutix’s anti-cancer drug candidate Kevetrin does not activate the p-53 gene, which suppresses tumors; and (3) Cellceutix’s co-founder and Director, Krishna Menon, did not earn his PhD in Pharmacology from Harvard University. 

Chrysler securities fraud class action

The lawsuit alleges that Chrysler failed to disclose flaws in its manufacturing process that led to millions of vehicles being recalled as those vehicles were unsafe to drive.

MRVL shareholder lawsuit

This lawsuit alleges that Marvell and its top executives oversaw a flawed process that resulted in serious revenue recognition problems in the second quarter of fiscal year 2016. First reports indicate that the company may have overstated revenues by 7 to 8%.