Were You Impacted by Securities Violations?

Were your investments affected by potential violations of federal securities laws? Labaton Sucharow may be able to help you protect your investments free of charge. If you own shares and/or options in one of the companies Labaton Sucharow is investigating, please complete the form below to sign up.

Submit Your Information In Less Than Two Minutes

JOIN A CASE

All submitted information is completely confidential as apart of our secure client portal. 

About Labaton Sucharow

Labaton Sucharow LLP is one of the world’s leading complex litigation firms representing clients in securities, antitrust, corporate governance and shareholder rights, and consumer cybersecurity and data privacy litigation. Labaton Sucharow has been recognized for its excellence by the courts and peers, and it is consistently ranked in leading industry publications. Offices are located in New York, NY, Wilmington, DE, and Washington, D.C.

CURRENT INVESTIGATIONS

The Boston Beer Company, Inc.

Hyzon Motors, Inc.

Annovis Bio, Inc.

Revance Therapeutics, Inc.

The Honest Company, Inc.

Owlet, Inc.

Ginkgo Bioworks Holdings, Inc.

Eargo, Inc.

Novavax, Inc.

Snap Inc.

Amarin Corporation plc

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Class Action lawsuit?

A class action lawsuit occurs when many separate individuals combine their similar complaints. It is frequently used when numerous people have been similarly affected by a company’s unlawful conduct. This type of lawsuit allows consumers or investors to compete on the same playing field as wealthy corporations.

In federal court, a “lead plaintiff” will be appointed to represent the other shareholders who purchased the securities during the “class period,” which is the time frame during which the fraud occurred. While class action lawsuits can take two to three years to litigate, they may also settle much sooner.

What is a Lead Plaintiff?

The court will usually appoint a representative called the “lead plaintiff” to act on behalf of the other class members in the case. The person with the largest financial interest is generally chosen as the lead plaintiff, and can influence the direction of the litigation. On occasion, the court may decide to appoint more than one lead plaintiff called a “co-lead plaintiff.”

If you are interested in serving as a lead plaintiff, you may sign up here on our website.

Can I participate in the recovery?
If you purchased your securities during the class period, and your purchase resulted in a loss, you may be eligible to recover money damages.
What if I sold my shares?
Class members are permitted to sell their securities in the company after the class period has ended without losing the right to be part of the lawsuit.
Will I have to pay any upfront fees?
No. Our firm will advance all costs of your class action lawsuit. Since we operate on a contingent fee basis, the court will reimburse us for necessary expenses and attorney fees in the event that we are successful.