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Matrixx Defends AER Nondisclosure In Supreme Court Brief

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Matrixx Initiatives argues shareholder respondents "fundamentally misconceive" the materiality standard, and defends its nondisclosure of adverse events that are not statistically significant in a reply brief filed in ongoing Supreme Court litigation.

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