– The Rosen Law Firm is encouraging investors of Future FinTech Group Inc. to secure legal counsel before the important deadline in a securities class action lawsuit. The lead plaintiff deadline is March 18, 2024.
– Future FinTech investors who purchased securities between March 10, 2020, and January 11, 2024, may be entitled to compensation through a contingency fee arrangement.
The Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, is urging investors of Future FinTech Group Inc. to secure legal counsel before the lead plaintiff deadline in a securities class action lawsuit. The lawsuit alleges that Future FinTech made materially false and misleading statements and failed to disclose certain information, resulting in damages to investors.
The class action lawsuit claims that Future FinTech manipulated the price of its stock and lied to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) about the nature of its ownership of the stock. Additionally, the lawsuit alleges that Future FinTech understated its legal risk and did not disclose the unlawful measures taken to prop up the stock price.
Investors who purchased Future FinTech securities between March 10, 2020, and January 11, 2024, may be eligible for compensation without having to pay any out-of-pocket fees or costs. To participate in the class action lawsuit, investors are encouraged to contact the Rosen Law Firm or visit their website to submit a form. The lead plaintiff deadline is March 18, 2024.
The Rosen Law Firm specializes in securities class actions and shareholder derivative litigation. The firm has a track record of success and has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for investors. In 2017, they achieved the largest-ever securities class action settlement against a Chinese company. The firm represents investors globally and has been ranked as a top firm in securities class action settlements for several years.
Investors are advised to carefully select qualified counsel with a proven track record in securities class actions. The Rosen Law Firm encourages investors to be cautious when selecting legal representation, as not all firms have comparable experience, resources, and peer recognition as the Rosen Law Firm.