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Everything You Need to Know about the Beauty Health Class Action Lawsuit
The Beauty Health class action lawsuit seeks to represent purchasers or acquirers of The Beauty Health Company (NASDAQ: SKIN) securities between May 10, 2022 and November 13, 2023, inclusive (the “Class Period”). Captioned Alghazwi v. The Beauty Health Company, No. 23-cv-09733 (C.D. Cal.), the Beauty Health class action lawsuit charges Beauty Health and certain of its top current and former executive officers with violations of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. If you suffered losses in Beauty Health stock and wish to serve as lead plaintiff in the Beauty Health class action lawsuit, please contact Beauty Health Stock Loss Lawyer Timothy L. Miles by calling 855/846-6529 or via e-mail at [email protected] or by submitting a contact form. Lead plaintiff motions for the Beauty Health class action lawsuit must be filed with the court no later than January 16, 2024.
Allegations in the Beauty Health Class Action Lawsuit
Beauty Health is a health and beauty company which provides “skin health experiences.”
The Beauty Health class action lawsuit alleges that defendants throughout the Class Period failed to disclose that: (i) Syndeo 1.0 and 2.0 devices had issues leading to “frequent treatment interruptions”; (ii) as a result, Beauty Health incurred significant costs to develop enhancements; (iii) despite the enhancements, providers continued to experience issues with the Syndeo devices; (iv) consequently, Beauty Health would no longer market Syndeo 1.0 and 2.0 devices and incur significant inventory write-downs; and (v) as such, Beauty Health’s profitability would be adversely impacted.
The Beauty Health class action lawsuit further alleges that on August 9, 2023, Beauty Health announced that its second quarter of 2023 gross margin was “unfavorably impacted” by a mix shift “toward lower-margin refurbished devices . . . as U.S. providers awaited Syndeo enhancements in the third quarter [of] 2023 to improve user experience.” Beauty Health also announced the “involuntary separation without cause” of Beauty Health’s Chief Financial Officer, defendant Liyuan Woo, the Beauty Health class action lawsuit also alleges. On this news, the price of Beauty Health shares fell by more than 5%, the complaint alleges.
Then, the Beauty Health class action lawsuit alleges that, on November 13, 2023, Beauty Health disclosed that its third quarter of 2023 “was overshadowed by lower-than-expected U.S. revenue and $63.1 million in restructuring charges related to device upgrades of early generation Syndeo devices.” As a result, the complaint alleges, Beauty Health announced that it was “revising its fiscal year 2023 net sales guidance to a range of $385 to $400 million, its fiscal year adjusted EBITDA margin guidance to a range of 5% to 6% and is suspending its long-term 2025 financial outlook.” Beauty Health further disclosed that defendant Andrew Stanleick would depart Beauty Health as President and Chief Executive Officer and relinquish his Board seat, effective November 19, 2023, the Beauty Health class action lawsuit further alleges. On this news, the price of Beauty Health shares fell by more than 64%, the complaint alleges.
WHAT IS THE LEAD PLAINTIFF DEADLINE IN THE Beauty Health CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT?
When a securities class action is filed such as the Beauty Health class action lawsuit, the person who files the first complaint is required to publish a notice announcing the filing. Anyone who wants to be lead plaintiff on behalf of the class in the Beauty Health class action lawsuit must thereafter file a motion to be appointed as lead plaintiff(s) no later than 60 days after the notice was published.
WHAT ARE MY CHOICES IF I RECEIVE A NOTICE IN THE Beauty Health CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT?
First, read the notice very carefully. You have two choices. First, you can do nothing and remain a member of the class represented by lead counsel. Second, if you believe you have a large enough loss to justify it, you can opt out of the Beauty Health class action lawsuit and file your own separate lawsuit. Note, that if you opt out, you will not be able to participate in any settlement or recovery obtained in the Beauty Health class action lawsuit.
IF I RECEIVE A SETTLEMENT FROM FINRA CAN I STILL PARTICIPATE IN THE BEAUTY HEALTH LAWSUIT?
Yes, the acceptance of restitution or compensation from a FINRA regulatory settlement does not waive your right to monetary or other benefits through the courts, arbitration, or mediation. Therefore, even if you received a settlement from FINRA, you can still participate in the Beauty Health lawsuit.
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A lead plaintiff acts on behalf of all other class members in directing the class action lawsuit. The lead plaintiff can select a law firm of its choice to litigate the securities class action lawsuit. An investor’s ability to share in any potential future recovery of the class action lawsuit is not dependent upon serving as lead plaintiff. If you suffered losses in Beauty Health stock and have further questions, contact Beauty Health stock loss Lawyer Timothy L. Miles today who will fight to recover your damages in a Beauty Health class actionlawsuit if you suffered losses in Beauty Health stock.
CAN A NON-U.S. INVESTOR SERVE AS LEAD PLAINTIFF IN THE Beauty Health CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT?
Lead Plaintiff has the benefit of being able to manage the litigation primarily by overseeing and monitoring the progress of the action and the efforts of counsel, and being able to review and comment on important filings and other documents pertaining to the prosecution of the action.
There is no financial risk in serving as a Lead Plaintiff because Lead Counsel advances all costs and expenses incurred in the prosecution of the case and will be reimbursed only if there is a successful settlement or judgment recovery on behalf of the class.
Lead Plaintiffs that continue owning the stock of the defendant will enjoy the long-term benefits from governance reformresulting from the litigation.
Thus, there are numerous benefits and other advantages to serving as lead plaintiff in a class action against Beauty Healthif you suffered significant losses in Beauty Health stock.
WHAT RESPONSIBILITIES WILL THE LEAD PLAINTIFF HAVE IN THE BEAUTY HEALTH CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT?
A Lead Plaintiff owes a fiduciary duty to the class, and therefore, must act in the best interest of the class in the Beauty Health class action lawsuit. Some of the responsibilities of the Lead Plaintiff in the Beauty Health class action lawsuit include:
Selecting, monitoring, and overseeing Lead Counsel.
Reviewing and commenting on court filings on behalf of the class.
Discussing litigation strategies with the Lead Counsel.
Attending depositions (if necessary) and giving a deposition.
Attending hearings (if necessary).
Participating in mediation and the trial (if necessary).
Provide input on any decision concerning the settlement of the securities class action.
Can I Be Appointed Lead Plaintiff in the Beauty Health Class Action Lawsuit if I Purchased Shares Outside of the Class Period?
In order to be a part of the class in the Beauty Health lawsuit, you must have suffered losses in Beauty Health stock by purchasing during the class period when it is alleged the price of the stock was artificially inflated to be included in the class action against Beauty Health.
CAN I SELL MY STOCK AND STILL BE A MEMBER OF THE CLASS IN THE Beauty Health LAWSUIT?
How Can a Beauty Health Stock Loss Lawyer Help Me if I Suffered Losses in Beauty Health Stock?
A Beauty Health stock loss Lawyer is well-versed in the complex laws that govern the securities industry and litigation and focuses on representing individual investors or funds who have been the victims of fraud or who have disputes with investment professionals. Ordinary individual investors, including civil servants, teachers, nurses, and retirees, may need a securities lawyer. In most cases, they have lost money due to mistakes, incompetence, or fraud by an investment professional.
While FINRA, the SEC, and state securities regulators serve a vital role in protecting investors, they simply have too many individuals, firms, and market transactions to monitor to discover every act of fraud or negligence. Individual investors should consult with a securities lawyer if they have lost money due to fraud or stockbroker misconduct.