"This case has broader international implications and confirms the importance of allowing international investors access to U.S. courts when they've been harmed by securities fraud," said Labaton Sucharow partner Eric Belfi. "While there were other [U.S.] plaintiffs involved, German and Luxembourg institutions have been running the case."
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