Class action lawsuits are being filed against these four stocks. The investors must have them on their watchlist. Those who are willing to be the plaintiffs in lawsuits must stay tuned in with the law firms and their regular updates for the deadline.
ContextLogic Inc (NASDAQ: WISH): Investors’ reminder for Securities Class Action
Scott+Scott Attorneys at Law LLP has released investors’ reminders for ContextLogic Inc (NASDAQ: WISH) regarding its Securities Class Action. The law firm is the consumer’s rights and international shareholder litigation firm. The firm has released a notice on July 8 reminding investors to pay attention if they bought the stock of this mobile commerce company anytime between December 16, 2020, and May 12, 2021. The investors who’ve bought stock in this class period must contact Jonathan Zimmerman.
Investors alert for Ocugen Inc (NASDAQ: OCGN) issued by Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, LLC
Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, LLC, the Attorney Advertising, has notified its investors for the class period between February 2, 2021, and June 2, 2021, against the class-action lawsuit against the company. The lawsuit aims to recover damage against the company alleged for violating federal securities laws, as per the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
Kaplan Fox & Kilsheimer LLP investigating RLX Technology Inc – ADR (NYSE: RLX)
Kaplan Fox & Kilsheimer LLP has issued an investigation alert for the investors of RLX Technology Inc – ADR (NYSE: RLX). The company purported as No. 1 branded e-vapor company in China is under the radar for misinterpretation and omission of its then-existing campaign that would’ve established it as e-cigarettes’ national standard. The deadline to be in a proposed class of plaintiffs is August 9, 2021.
Securities Class Action Lawsuit against Carlotz Inc (NASDAQ: LOTZ)
The investors are notified by Bernstein Liebhard LLP, who announced a securities class-action lawsuit against the firm. The class period notification for investors is between December 30, 2020, through May 25, 2021. The company is alleged for violating the Exchange Act of 1934.