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Class-Action Litigation or Arbitration

Types of Cases

The Securities and Exchange Law was promulgated to protect investor rights and maintain stock market order. It contains articles that forbid investors to engage in certain types of acts that would jeopardize fairness in trading. The law specifies four major types of crimes, including making false financial statements (Article 20,Article 20- 1); producing false prospectuses (Article 32); influencing share prices illegally (Article 155), and insider trading (Article 157-1). The Center analyzes cases brought by prosecutors to determine if they involve any of the above-mentioned crimes. If so, the Center will bring class-action suits on behalf of investors and seek compensation.

Update Date:2015/12/26 11:42