There was "extensive questioning of how various tools worked, such as event studies, and how they could be used more effectively," said Thomas Dubbs, a senior partner with Labaton Sucharow, a securities law firm that represents major institutional investors. But Mr. Dubbs said in an interview that "there did not appear to be a strong groundswell for overturning 'Basic.'"
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