A few items of interest from around the web.
(1) Professor Michael Perino’s paper finding that investors may have been damaged in cases where Milberg Weiss improperly compensated the lead plaintiff has some critics. Ideoblog has a comment and response with the author (here and here).
(2) Forbes has an article on “collusive settlements” in securities litigation.
(3) Bruce Carton, the founder of Securities Litigation Watch, is back with a new blog on securities litigation and enforcement. Readers of The 10b-5 Daily will want to add Unusual Activity to their favorites list.