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Amgen Inc. v. Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds

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Case Term OT 2012
Category Business Law
Question Presented (1) Whether, in a misrepresentation case under SEC Rule 10b-5, the district court must require proof of materiality before certifying a plaintiff class based on the fraud-on-the-market theory. (2) Whether, in such a case, the district court must allow the defendant to present evidence rebutting the applicability of the fraud-on-the-market theory before certifying a plaintiff class based on that theory
Lower Court's Decision No and no
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Outcome - Affirm

This case was decided on 26 February, 2013.

Roberts
Robertsaffirm
Scalia
Scaliaremand
Kennedy
Kennedyremand
Thomas
Thomasremand
Ginsburg
Ginsburgaffirm
Breyer
Breyeraffirm
Alito
Alitoaffirm
Sotomayor
Sotomayoraffirm
Kagan
Kaganaffirm