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Welgus v. Trinet Group, Inc. et alA Ropes & Gray litigation team secured a complete dismissal of a securities class-action lawsuit on behalf of TriNet, its CEO, Burton Goldfield, and former CFO, Bill Porter, and several of its directors. Filed in the Northern District of California, the lawsuit alleged that TriNet and its officers and directors defrauded investors by misrepresenting TriNet’s ability to predict claims activity.
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