Mintz Levin’s Institutional Investor Class Action Recovery practice recently launched a new blog: Class Action Recovery for Mutual Funds. This new blog will report on various happenings in class action cases that may not be covered in other securities litigation blogs or publications, and that will be of special interest to institutional investors. With the claims process itself becoming more adversarial, the blog will follow developments in the administration of claims, including ways in which defendants may be participating in the claims process with the intent to reduce valid claims Additionally, the blog will cover interesting developments in securities class action cases, such as noteworthy objections, motions and opt-outs, as well as new developments in non-U.S. securities actions that will be of interest to those seeking to recover in foreign jurisdictions against non-U.S. issuers.
Breton Leone-Quick is an attorney who advises Mintz clients in the financial services industry in litigation matters and regulatory investigations. He leverages his understanding of federal securities laws and Delaware corporate laws to navigate complex crises and disputes.