Times are tough for disgruntled investors who sue public companies overalleged stock fraud.

Shareholder lawsuits against companies whose stock price takes a hitare more common than ever. But thanks to a federal law that stiffensthe requirements on fraud claims, shareholder class-action suits � longthe bane of corporate existence and a drag on stock prices � aren’tgetting very far.

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