With class-action lawsuits filed against companies like Eventbrite and Lyft, experts are forecasting a surge in IPO litigation. Indeed, the research firm ISS Securities Class Action Services reports that IPO-related lawsuits have doubled since 2013, and the data indicates that most are directed at high-priced tech company IPOs.
Looking at this trend, I recently spoke with Inc. Magazine on the volatile nature of IPOs and the litigation environment we’ll experience for the foreseeable future: After the Flood of IPOs? Next Come the Shareholder Lawsuits
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