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BELIEVE IT OR NOT: IN OMNICARE, SUPREME COURT CONSIDERS STANDARD OF LIABILITY FOR STATEMENTS OF OPINION

35 No. 11 WJENV 12By Jordan Eth, Esq., and Mark R.S. Foster, Esq., Morrison & Foerster Westlaw Journal Environmental (Approx. 4 pages)

BELIEVE IT OR NOT: IN OMNICARE, SUPREME COURT CONSIDERS STANDARD OF LIABILITY FOR STATEMENTS OF OPINION

35 No. 11 WJENV 12By Jordan Eth, Esq., and Mark R.S. Foster, Esq., Morrison & Foerster Westlaw Journal Environmental (Approx. 4 pages)

35 No. 11 Westlaw Journal Environmental 12
Westlaw Journal Environmental
*1 December 24, 2014
Commentary
By Jordan Eth, Esq., and Mark R.S. Foster, Esq., Morrison & Foersteraa1
Copyright © 2014 Thomson Reuters .

BELIEVE IT OR NOT: IN OMNICARE, SUPREME COURT CONSIDERS STANDARD OF LIABILITY FOR STATEMENTS OF OPINION

Jordan Eth and Mark R.S. Foster of Morrison & Foerster outline the issue of liability for challenged opinion statements in the Omnicare securities case just argued before the U.S. Supreme Court, examine the possible outcomes, and predict what impact...
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