Dec. 5, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- Houston Municipal Employees Pension System ("HMEPS"), the court-appointed lead plaintiff acting on behalf of shareholders in the
In re KIT Digital, Inc. Securities Litigation
, No. 1:12-cv-04199-VM, announced today, through lead counsel
Bernstein Liebhard LLP
, that it is preparing a consolidated class action complaint that expands the class period in the action to include recently revealed facts related to KIT Digital's financial accounting problems.
KIT Digital (Nasdaq: KITD), a
-based video management software and services company, and certain of its senior executives, are being charged with artificially inflating the price of KIT Digital stock by issuing materially false and misleading statements, in violation of the federal securities laws.
The consolidated class action complaint will include allegations arising from defendants' alleged false and misleading statements concerning KIT Digital's business operations, financial condition, revenue recognition, internal controls, financial accounting, business integrations, and financial prospects. HMEPS seeks to recover damages on behalf of all class members who purchased or otherwise acquired KIT Digital securities from
May 19, 2009
If you have any questions concerning the litigation, and/or have information relating to the fraud alleged at KIT Digital, please contact one of plaintiff's lead counsel,
Laurence J. Hasson
, at (212) 779-1414 or
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