Meadaa v. Karsan

Plaintiffs, investors, filed suit contending that defendants sold securities representing shares in SaiNaith L.L.C. based on false statements that a hotel was owned by that company. The court focused on one of plaintiffs’ theories under Louisiana Revised Statutes 51:712(A)(2) and 51:714, which allows purchasers of securities to recover their investment from the seller of the securities, who made the sale based on false representations. The court agreed with the district court that the summary judgment evidence establishes that SaiNaith never owned the hotel and the investors received interests in a shell company and defendants violated Louisiana law by representing otherwise. Accordingly, the court affirmed the judgment in favor of plaintiffs against defendants personally under the Louisiana statutes. View "Meadaa v. Karsan" on Justia Law