In Re Nokia Corporation Securities Litigation
Case Number: 1:2019cv03509
Filed: March 13, 2020
Court: US District Court for the Southern District of New York
Office: Foley Square Office
Nature of Suit: Securities/Commodities
Cause of Action: 15:78m(a) Securities Exchange Act

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March 29, 2021 Opinion or Order Filing 74 OPINION AND ORDER: re: 61 MOTION to Dismiss the Second Consolidated Amended Complaint filed by Rajeev Suri, Nokia Corporation. For the reasons herein, Defendants' motion to dismiss Plaintiff's complaint is GRANTED with prejudice. The Clerk of Court is directed to terminate ECF No. 61 and close this case.SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Andrew L. Carter, Jr on 3/29/2021) (ama) Transmission to Orders and Judgments Clerk for processing.
March 13, 2020 Opinion or Order Filing 58 ORDER: The Court is in receipt of Defendants' request for a pre-motion conference in anticipation of their motion to dismiss, ECF No. 50, and Lead Plaintiff's response, ECF No. 55. The request for a pre-motion conference is DENIED. The Parties are hereby ORDERED to provide the Court with a proposed briefing schedule on Defendants' motion to dismiss on or before March 27, 2020. (Signed by Judge Andrew L. Carter, Jr on 3/13/2020) (cf)
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