SAR is a data analytics and software company that relies on specialized data science to assess corporate risk to securities class action (SCA) litigation and potential liability and settlement value on filed securities claims that allege violations of the Federal Securities Laws.
SAR proactively tracks, monitors, and analyzes federal stock drop SCAs that allege violations of the federal securities laws under Section 10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 10b-5 to identify deficient securities claims and quantify maximum potential classwide damages that may be due to a proposed class of allegedly damaged shareholders in common stock.
The SCA Claims Tool provides verifiably independent results of event study analysis on Exchange and Securities Act claims to support Financial Lines and Transactional Risk insurance practitioners with robust loss mitigation claim resolution data analytics services.
SAR relies on the uniform application of the court-accepted event study methodology to quantify a verifiably independent estimate of maximum potential classwide damages that may be due to a certified class of allegedly defrauded investors in common stock of U.S. publicly traded corporations. The SCA Claims Tool is utilized to attain claim-specific event study analysis of stock price impact on plaintiffs alleged truth-revealing stock drops, or corrective disclosures. This tool also serves to identify econometrically deficient securities class action claims that do not warrant class certification in Federal Court.
The SCA Risk Tool quantifies SCA risk and potential liability of any publicly traded entity on an U.S. stock exchange by identifying adverse corporate events that expose Directors and Officers (D&Os) and their respective Corporation to alleged violations of the Federal Securities Laws.
SAR applies the same court-accepted event study methodology to identify adverse corporate events that may trigger and substantiate an indemnifiable securities claim. SAR quantifies SCA risk and potential corporate liability based on high-risk adverse events that have materialized during the applicable statute of limitations. The SCA Risk Tool supports highly specialized insurance brokers and U.S. equity investment professionals with best-in-class public company analysis of SCA litigation risk.
SAR is raising the standards through specialized data science. The tools of the SCA Platform deliver event study results to estimate potential settlement value on filed securities claims and quantify potential securities class action risk of any U.S.-listed corporation.
DISCLOSURE: SAR is not retained by Defense or Plaintiff securities class action lawyers to perform the event studies that are used to quantify alleged stock price artificial inflation to estimate potential classwide shareholder damages on filed securities claims. The econometric analyses applied to quantify securities class action risk from adverse corporate events that expose the U.S.-listed Corporation to potential Rule 10b-5 or Section 11 liability are based on the court-accepted event study methodology that abides by established case precedents in key circuits of the U.S. Federal Court system in a post-Comcast world. SAR does not apply any machine learning algorithms or artificial intelligence to perform the multivariate linear regressions that support the single-firm event study analyses. SAR is committed to the value of human capital through data science. SAR has no vested interest or economic benefit to providing anything but an objective and independent third-party corporate risk assessment of maximum potentially available aggregate shareholder damages from alleged violations of the federal securities laws under Section 11, Section 12(a)(2), and Section 15 of the Securities Act of 1933, and under Section 10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 10b-5. Claim and corporate-specific data and analyses attained via the SCA Claims Tool or the SCA Risk Tool are not to be considered "generally available" or "publicly available". SAR is not a financial investment firm nor an activist short-seller research firm and does not take investment positions in publicly traded equities. U.S. equity-specific analysis of securities class action risk is based on adverse corporate events that have already materialized and may be deemed to be material and potentially corrective of allegedly misleading information. Estimates of potential corporate liability that may stem from potential violations of the Federal Securities Laws may vary based on Federal Court proceedings if a securities class action is filed on behalf of the Company's shareholders. NO FRAUD OR WRONGDOING IS ALLEGED OR IMPLIED BY THE INFORMATION ATTAINED VIA THE SCA RISK TOOL AND THE EQUITY-SPECIFIC EVENT STUDY REPORTS. A NEAR REAL TIME ESTIMATE OF CORPORATE EXPOSURE TO POTENTIAL SECURITIES CLASS ACTION LITIGATION IS ESTIMATED AS OF THE MARKET CLOSE ON THE PRECEEDING TRADING DAY.