Fifteen law firms are interested in represented affected shareholders in new securities fraud fraud lawsuits against Activision-Blizzard.
More law firms and attorneys are rallying investors for a new class action securities fraud lawsuit against Activision-Blizzard. The complaints allege the publisher possibly committed securities fraud by withholding information from investors about a new discrimination lawsuit that it's facing.
Following a two-year investigation, the California Dept. of Fair Employment and Housing has filed a discrimination lawsuit against billion-dollar games company Activision. Shortly after news of the lawsuit broke, Activision shares dropped, causing material harm to stakeholders.
Now a plethora of law firms are calling for investors who have lost in excess of $100,000 to possibly stand as a lead plaintiff in a case. Until a plaintiff is named, the case won't have lead counsel and it won't go to trial. It's likely that multiple cases will be combined into one similar to what happened with CD Projekt's own securities fraud lawsuit.
- Klein Law Firm
- Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC
- Levi & Korsinsky, LLP
- Kaskela Law LLC
- Thornton Law Firm
- Rosen Law
- Jakubowitz Law
- Schall Law
- Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, LLC
- Bernstein Liebhard LLP
- Gross Law Firm
- Kaskela Law LLC
- Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C.
- Robbins LLP
- The Law Offices of Vincent
Despite the lawsuits, Activision-Blizzard expects to make a record $8.5 billion in net revenue in 2021.
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