Ripped from the Business Headlines: Foreign Companies go DARK on US Exchanges – Shedding Light on Proven Strategies for Successful Investment Recovery


Tuesday, December 3, 2013



David Graff and Shveta Kakar, Anderson Kill; Robert W. Seiden, court appointed receiver, frmr prosecutor and pres, Confidential Security & Investigations


The Harvard Club
27 W. 44th Street
New York, NY
United States




3-5 pm

CLE Credits:

2 hrs

In the last two years, there has been a growing and insidious trend among valuable and operational foreign companies publicly listed in the U.S. to suddenly stop reporting and making requisite financial disclosures with the SEC. After raising millions of dollars on the U.S. capital markets, these companies have either informally, or formally through the filing of a Form 15 with SEC, 'gone dark' — in some cases, with the manifest intention to depress the value of their stock to facilitate an eventual, insider-led privatization transaction.

The seminar covers the strategic, legal and practical issues from actual cases handled by the panel and that have been reported in the media.  You will learn effective new techniques invented and implemented by Anderson Kill attorneys to get a judgment against such companies. You will also hear from a Receiver on how to collect on the judgment and get back the value of your investment.