An annual report released on Tuesday by Stanford Law School’s Class Action Clearinghouse and Cornerstone Research found that securities class action suits fell 24 percent in 2009 as litigation related to the credit crunch and subprime crisis began to slow.

The Stanford study follows a similar report released last month by NERA Economic Consulting, which also showed that the surge in securities class actions may have peaked.

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