SGI: 9TH CIR.'S LENIENT PARTICULARITY STDS. CANNOT SATISFY “STRONG INFERENCE” In re Silicon Graphics Securities Litigation | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

SGI: 9TH CIR.'S LENIENT PARTICULARITY STDS. CANNOT SATISFY “STRONG INFERENCE” In re Silicon Graphics Securities Litigation | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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1996 Andrews Computer & Online Indus. Litig. Rep. 23192
Andrews Computer & Online Industry Litigation Reporter
November 5, 1996
Securities
Copyright (c) 1996 Andrews Publications

SGI: 9TH CIR.'S LENIENT PARTICULARITY STDS. CANNOT SATISFY “STRONG INFERENCE”

In re Silicon Graphics Securities Litigation

Shareholders alleging securities law violations against officers of Silicon Graphics cannot rely on the relaxed particularity standards of the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals to satisfy the requirement of the Securities Reform Act of 1995 that...
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