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In a decision that could have important consequences for the scope of federal securities fraud claims, the Supreme Court held last week that only the corporate entity that makes a statement to the public can be liable. Even if related companies prepare the statement, the court held in Janus Capital Group v. First Derivative Traders, “the maker of a statement is the entity with authority over the content of the statement and whether and how to communicate it.”

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