Securities class action filings have dropped 38 percent, from 178 filings in 2005 to 110 in 2006, according to an annual report released by a think tank affiliated with Stanford Law School.

That marked the lowest point since the adoption of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act in 1995, according to the report put out by the law school’s Securities Class Action Clearinghouse.

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