City of Edinburgh Council as A, et al v. Pfizer Inc, et al

Plaintiff - Appellant: CITY OF EDINBURGH COUNCIL AS ADMINISTERING AUTHORITY FOR THE LOTHIAN PENSION FUND and ARCA S.G.R.S.P.A
Defendant - Appellee: PFIZER INC, as successor in interest to WYRTH, a Delaware Corporation, ROBERT ESSNER, BERNARD POUSSOT, KENNETH J. MARTIN, ROBERT R. RUFFOLO and WYETH
Case Number: 13-2314
Filed: May 10, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Nature of Suit: Securities, Commodities, Exchange

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June 6, 2014 Summary City of Edinburgh Council v. Pfizer Inc.

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June 6, 2014 3011641659 Opinion or Order of the Court PRECEDENTIAL OPINION Coram: SMITH, SHWARTZ and SCIRICA, Circuit Judges. Total Pages: 35. Judge: SCIRICA Authoring.
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Plaintiff - appellant: CITY OF EDINBURGH COUNCIL AS ADMINISTERING AUTHORITY FOR THE LOTHIAN PENSION FUND
Represented By: James E. Cecchi
Represented By: Darren J. Check
Represented By: David Kessler
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Plaintiff - appellant: ARCA S.G.R.S.P.A
Represented By: Jeffrey A. Almeida
Represented By: James E. Cecchi
Represented By: Darren J. Check
Represented By: David Kessler
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Defendant - appellee: PFIZER INC, as successor in interest to WYRTH, a Delaware Corporation
Represented By: Stephen C. Matthews
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Defendant - appellee: ROBERT ESSNER
Represented By: Stephen C. Matthews
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Defendant - appellee: BERNARD POUSSOT
Represented By: Stephen C. Matthews
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Defendant - appellee: KENNETH J. MARTIN
Represented By: Stephen C. Matthews
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Defendant - appellee: ROBERT R. RUFFOLO
Represented By: Stephen C. Matthews
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Defendant - appellee: WYETH
Represented By: Stephen C. Matthews
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