BOSTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / November 23, 2021 / Block & Leviton is investigating Standard Lithium Ltd. (NYSE:SLI) for potential securities law violations. Investors who have lost money in their Standard Lithium investment should contact the firm to learn more about how they might recover those losses. For more details, visit https://www.blockleviton.com/cases/sli.
What is this all about?
Before the market opened on November 18, Blue Orca Capital issued a short report alleging Standard Lithium's claims of 90% extraction rates of battery grade lithium at its Arkansas demonstration site are not supported by previously undisclosed data the company has filed with the state regulator indicating far lower recovery rates.
On this news shares of Standard Lithium stock dropped more than 9% on November 18.
Who is eligible?
Anyone who purchased Standard Lithium Ltd. stock and has lost money may be eligible, whether or not they have sold their investment. Investors should contact Block & Leviton to learn more.
What is Block & Leviton doing?
Block & Leviton is investigating whether the Company committed securities law violations and may file an action to attempt to recover losses on behalf of investors who have lost money.
What should you do next?
Why should you contact Block & Leviton?
Many law firms have issued releases about this matter; most of those firms do not actually litigate securities class actions. Block & Leviton is a law firm that actually litigates cases. We are dedicated to obtaining significant recoveries on behalf of defrauded investors through active litigation in the federal courts across the country. Many of the nation's top institutional investors hire us to represent their interests. You can learn more about us at our website, www.blockleviton.com, or call (617) 398-5600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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