LIBOR Manipulation Litigation: Latest Trends and Developments

Pursuing and Defending Individual and Class Action LIBOR-Related Actions

Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A

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Conducted on Thursday, July 11, 2013

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This CLE course will discuss the current LIBOR-related litigation landscape, theories of liability and defenses, other related litigation issues and trends, and the impact of regulatory investigations into alleged LIBOR manipulation.


Since Barclays Bank settled with British regulatory agencies regarding the alleged LIBOR rate fixing, civil litigation has surged. LIBOR-related claims are expected to be massive and easily eclipse other suits arising from the financial crisis.

Despite the recent ruling largely dismissing investors’ class LIBOR rate-setting suit, litigation abounds. Charles Schwab responded by filing suit in state court—a move likely to be repeated by others. Potential plaintiffs, such as large banks, municipalities and high net worth individuals, are weighing options.

LIBOR manipulation investigations have so far netted regulators over $2 billion. Federal investigations are ongoing and 30 state attorneys general are investigating LIBOR-related rate rigging in a consolidated effort that could produce further penalties.

Listen as our authoritative panel of banking and financial services litigators discusses the complexities of the LIBOR-related litigation landscape and the impact of regulatory investigations into alleged LIBOR manipulation.



  1. U.S. and British regulatory investigations
  2. Litigation landscape
  3. Current and potential plaintiffs and theories of liability
  4. Litigation hurdles and challenges


The panel will review these and other key questions:

  • Who are current plaintiffs and what financial institutions and investors can we expect to enter the litigation arena?
  • What are the potential theories of liability for various financial institutions and other institutional investors?
  • What is the impact of the recent ruling dismissing investors’ antitrust and RICO claims?

Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.


Daniel L. Brockett
Daniel L. Brockett

Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan

He is a known and accomplished trial lawyer who has served as lead trial counsel in over 20 major bench and jury...  |  Read More

Brian Murray
Brian Murray

Glancy Binkow & Goldberg

He represents plaintiffs in class action litigation involving antitrust, securities fraud, consumer protection ERISA,...  |  Read More

Thomas A. Dubbs
Thomas A. Dubbs

Labaton Sucharow

A recognized leader in securities-related litigation, he concentrates his practice on the representation of...  |  Read More

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