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Case Study: Weiner v. Tivity Health, Inc.



This case study focuses on precisely what constitutes securities fraud. The board of a company failed to disclose that its client would be going into competition with it, though it had known this was in the works and growing more and more likely for a year and a half. When the information finally did become public, the company's stock cratered and the shareholders filed a class-action lawsuit. The court had to apply and carefully analyze the many elements of securities fraud and decide whether withholding this information from the market constituted a material misrepresentation under securities fraud laws.

The case can be found here:

https://casetext.com/case/weiner-v-tivity-health-inc-2