Foreign Filers, Flash Report, and the Wall Street Journal

Happy Spring Break! The D&O Notebook will return on May 1st. In the meantime, take a look at what's been happening in the world of Woodruff Sawyer D&O, which includes a feature in the Wall Street Journal.

Wall Street Journal: Foreign Firms Face Climbing D&O Insurance Premiums

Read my explanation about why D&O insurance premiums for foreign firms are on the rise in Ezequiel Minaya's latest article in the Wall Street Journal.

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Why D&O Costs Are Soaring for Foreign Filers

It's a tumultuous time in the D&O insurance market, and foreign filers (companies based outside of the US but listed on a US exchange) are facing unusually steep increases in D&O insurance premiums. In this guest edition of the D&O Notebook, Jane Njavro discusses how companies that previously benefited from discounted D&O premiums relative to their US counterparts are facing dramatic changes—largely due to increased litigation and settlements against foreign filers.

DataBox Flash Report

With 217 suits filed last year, 2018 boasted the 20-year record high for securities class actions filed against issuers of common or preferred stock listed in the United States. To better understand what this means, explore Woodruff Sawyer's Flash Report. The Report is powered by our proprietary DataBox™, which tracks federal securities class action litigation filed against public company issuers and their directors and officers.




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