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Lawyers chase Electronic Arts

Complaint filed in Federal District Court seeks to pin responsibility for last week's drop in share price on corporate officers.

A Philadelphia law firm which makes claims of being "a driving force behind corporate governance reform," and one that "has recovered in excess of a billion dollars on behalf of institutional and high net worth individual investors," is seeking relief on behalf of Electronic Arts shareholders it feels have been harmed by actions taken by the publisher's corporate officers. The actions, say attorneys with Schiffrin and Barroway, led to the drop in value of EA shares last week.

News source: GameSpot

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