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LAWFUEL – Law News, Law Jobs – Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce members of the firm’s Securities Litigation Practice Group authored Practicing Law Institute’s (PLI) new Securities Litigation: A Practitioner’s Guide. The entire book was written by the firm’s securities litigation attorneys and thoroughly examines every aspect of securities class action cases, focusing on key decisional law as well as the major impact of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (PSLRA) on important procedural issues.

Jonathan Dickey, Palo Alto partner and Co-Chair of Gibson Dunn’s Securities Litigation Practice Group, served as managing editor, and the following partners also contributed to the volume: Paul Collins, Gareth Evans, Joel Feuer, Scott Fink, Daniel Floyd, Gregory Kerwin, William Kilberg, Dean Kitchens, John Millian, Robert Palmer, Eugene Scalia, Robert Serio, John Sturc and Byron Wilder.

The book will be available for purchase the first week of December. To purchase the treatise, please contact PLI by calling 800-260-4PLI or visit

About the Guide

Securities Litigation: A Practitioner’s Guide, published by Practising Law Institute (PLI) the nation’s leading provider of continuing legal education, gives attorneys comprehensive, up-to-date legal, procedural, tactical, and strategic guidance for securities class action cases. In focusing on the trial itself, Securities Litigation offers practitioners experienced guidance on how to develop and deliver compelling trial themes – maximize the value of experts as witnesses and consultants – prepare for the examination of witnesses – present documentary evidence – exclude harmful evidence – and use jury questionnaires to enhance their ability to select favorable jurors.

In addition, Securities Litigation covers available class action defenses, safe harbors from liability, appellate review standards, effective appellate strategies, and the best ways to indemnify and insure directors and officers, achieve settlements, and respond to SEC investigations. For more information, please visit

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