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INTRODUCTION TO THE MICROVAST CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT
The Microvast class action lawsuit seeks to represent purchasers or acquirers of Microvast Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: MVST; MVSTW) securities between October 19, 2022 and November 20, 2023, inclusive (the “Class Period”). Captioned Schelling v. Microvast Holdings, Inc., No. 23-cv-04565 (S.D. Tex.), the Microvast class action lawsuit charges Microvast and certain of its top executive officers with violations of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
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Lead plaintiff motions for the Microvast class action lawsuit class action lawsuit must be filed with the court no later than February 6, 2024.
Read on for answers to six frequently asked questions about the Microvast class action lawsuit.
what are the ALLEGATIONS IN THE MICROVAST CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT?
In October 2022, the U.S. Department of Energy (“DOE”) conditionally selected Microvast for a proposed $200 million grant to help fund a proposed polyaramid separator production facility.
The Microvast class action lawsuit alleges that throughout the Class Period defendants failed to disclose that: (i) there was a reasonable likelihood that Microvast would not be awarded the $200 million grant after due diligence was performed; (ii) negotiations had ceased and the grant rescinded; and (iii) Microvast misrepresented the nature and profitability of its businesses and partnerships.
The Microvast class action lawsuit further alleges that on May 22, 2023 Reuters reported the DOE would not award Microvast the grant. On this news, Microvast’s share price fell 36%, the complaint alleges.
Then, the Microvast class action lawsuit alleges that on November 21, 2023 J Capital Research published a report on Microvast entitled “MVST: Empty Facilities and a Grant Loss That Was Probably Hidden: Another China Hustle,” alleging among other things that Microvast knew the DOE grant had been rescinded for months prior to Reuters reporting but failed to inform investors. On this news, Microvast’s share price fell 36%, the complaint alleges.
WHAT ARE MY CHOICES IF I RECEIVE A NOTICE IN THE MICROVAST 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 Microvast 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 Microvast class action lawsuit.
WHAT IS A SECURTIES FRAUD CLASS ACTION SUCH AS THE MICROVAST CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT?
A securities fraud class action refers to a legal action taken by a group of investors who have suffered financial losses as a result of fraudulent activities committed by a company or its executives. This type of lawsuit is typically filed when a company misrepresents or withholds important information from investors, leading to a decline in the value of their investments. The purpose of a securities fraud class action is to seek compensation for the affected investors and hold the company accountable for its fraudulent practices. Securities fraud class actions are governed by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (PSLRA).
One notable securities fraud class action lawsuit is the Microvast class action lawsuit. In this case, investors who purchased Microvast securities alleged that the company made false and misleading statements and misled investors, and when the truth was ultimately disclosed, they suffered losses from purchasing shares that had been artificially inflated by the false and misleading information.
Securities fraud class actions are typically initiated by a lead plaintiff or a group of lead plaintiffs who represent the interests of all the affected investors. The lead plaintiff is often an institutional investor or a large shareholder who has suffered substantial losses and possesses the resources and expertise to effectively pursue the lawsuit on behalf of the class. The lead plaintiff's role is crucial in coordinating with legal counsel, gathering evidence, and making strategic decisions throughout the litigation process.
To proceed with a securities fraud class action, the lead plaintiff must demonstrate that there is a common issue of law or fact among the members of the class and that a class action is the most efficient and appropriate method for resolving their claims. If these requirements are met, the court will certify the lawsuit as a class action, allowing all eligible investors to participate in the litigation and share in any potential recovery.
Once certified, the securities fraud class action typically goes through several stages, including discovery, where both parties exchange relevant documents and information, and motion practice, where each side presents legal arguments to the court. If the case does not settle during these stages, it may proceed to trial, where a jury or judge will determine liability and damages.
In securities fraud class actions, the defendants are usually the company accused of fraud and its executives who were involved in the fraudulent activities. The lead plaintiff seeks damages on behalf of all class members, which may include compensation for their financial losses, interest, attorneys' fees, and other costs incurred throughout the litigation process.
In conclusion, a securities fraud class action is a legal mechanism used by investors to seek compensation for financial losses resulting from fraudulent activities committed by a company. The Microvast class action lawsuit serves as an example of how investors can hold companies accountable for their alleged misrepresentations and omissions. These lawsuits play an essential role in protecting investor rights and promoting transparency in the financial markets.
CAN A NON-U.S. INVESTOR SERVE AS LEAD PLAINTIFF IN THE MICROVAST CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT?
Yes, courts in the U.S. have consistently recognized that non-U.S. investors, many of whom have substantial holdings, are adequate lead plaintiffs and have the same right to move for lead plaintiffs as U.S. investors. Thus, if a non-U.S. investor suffered losses in Microvast stock, they may move the Court to be appointed lead plaintiff in the Microvast class action lawsuit.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF SERVING AS LEAD PLAINTIFF IN THE MICROVAST LAWSUIT?
Serving as a Lead Plaintiff in the Microvast lawsuit has several advantages and important benefits including:
Thus, there are numerous benefits and other advantages to serving as lead plaintiff in a Microvast class action lawsuit if you suffered significant losses in Microvast stock.
CAN I BE APPOINTED LEAD PLAINTIFF IN THE MICROVAST LAWSUIT IF I PURCHASED SHARES OUTSIDE OF THE CLASS PERIOD?
No. Even if you suffered losses in Microvast stock, if you purchased securities outside of the Class period, you will not be able to participate in the Microvast lawsuit.
CONTACT A MICROVAST STOCK LOSS LAWYER TODAY IF YOU SUFFERED LOSSES IN MICROVAST STOCK ABOUT A MICROVAST CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT
If you suffered losses in Microvast stock, contact Microvast stock loss lawyer Timothy L. Miles today for a free case evaluation about a Microvast class action lawsuit. Call today and see what a Microvast stock loss lawyer could do for you if you suffered losses in Microvast stock.
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