Underwriting syndicates could become the next class action target unless the Supreme Court throws cold water on an antitrust case brought against Credit Suisse First Boston Ltd., now Credit Suisse Group, and other IPO underwriters.

The top court could decide today whether to hear a case that might upend the common practice of securities syndication, which underwriters use to spread the costs and risks of taking companies public.

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