The Securities and Exchange Commission recently weighed in on a raging securities litigation case pending before the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that will probably define exactly who can serve as a lead plaintiff. And just as important: who can serve as the lead counsel.

“This may be the first court of appeals decision to address the lead plaintiff provisions,” reads the amicus curiae brief sent to the 9th Circuit on Feb. 29.

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