CHRISTOPHER J. GRAY ARGUES CLASS ACTION CASE AGAINST MORGAN STANLEY IN U.S. COURT OF APPEALS

by Christopher J. Gray on March 9, 2009

in Class Actions

Christopher J. Gray today argued before a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit seeking reversal of an order granting dismissal of class action claims against Morgan Stanley arising out of Morgan Stanley’s alleged conceealment of, misrepresentations concerning the existence of, and destruction of, e-mail evidence.  The three-judge panel reserved decision, meaning that it will issue a written decision at a later date. 

Also representing the plaintiffs/appellants was Louis F. Burke, Esq. of Louis F. Burke, P.C.  Arguing for defendant/appellee Morgan Stanley was Richard A. Rosen of the firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. 

The complaint that was dismissed by the U.S. District Court and the briefs filed by appellants can be accessed immediately below. 

appellants’ brief.pdf (582.79 kb)

reply brief.pdf (152.49 kb)

amended class action complaint.pdf (168.75 kb)

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