Does the case against Cusip have legal merit? We’re about to find out

As the parties involved in the Cusip lawsuit wait to see whether the case will proceed to trial, Reb discusses what it might mean if the defense's claim that the case has no legal merit is true.

Everything is up for interpretation, even the law. And because human beings love to argue and complain, but also look for meaning in randomness—and also because some of them love to commit crimes—we have a judicial system to separate the frivolous from the momentous, and sometimes even dole out justice in the process.

It’s been just over a year since two class-action complaints hit Cusip Global Services (CGS) and its affiliates in rapid succession, and I’ve been thinking about how it’ll

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The Cusip lawsuit: A love story

With possibly three years before the semblance of a verdict is reached in the ongoing class action lawsuit against Cusip Global Services and its affiliates, Reb wonders what exactly is so captivating about the ordeal.

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