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Case Study: Coral Springs v Farfetch, Ltd.



This is an analysis of securities fraud alleged against a third-party marketplace that sought to connect suppliers of luxury goods with consumers.  It's IPO documents detailed business plans, key performance indicators and growth strategies that caused the stock to do very well at first. Its later failure prompted investors to allege that many of the statements were false or misleading. This case study looks at the analysis the court performed in evaluating the statements made by the company in light of securities disclosure and fraud rules.

The case can be found here:

https://casetext.com/case/city-of-coral-springs-police-officers-ret-plan-v-farfetch-ltd