In an opinion yesterday, Judge Koeltl dismissed a securities class action accusing various Dynegy officials of making false statements, and omitting material facts, concerning Dynegy’s attempt at a restructuring in 2011. One of the plaintiff’s theories was that Dynegy failed to tell shareholders that, while it was trying to restructure, the company was actually insolvent. Judge Koeltl found that the defendants were not obligated to characterize the situation in that particular way:
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