We successfully represented an individual in the Northern District of Georgia in a securities fraud suit arising from an investment group that funded entertainment events. The court first granted dismissal for failure to state a claim with leave to amend, and then granted dismissal of the amended complaint with prejudice.
Securities Fraud Claims Dismissed with Prejudice
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