News Briefs: Judge OKs Clover Settlement With Shareholders

Clover Health Investments Corp. said on April 4 that a federal district court preliminarily approved its settlement agreement to resolve multiple shareholder-filed lawsuits against the Medicare Advantage startup. Clover had faced several class-action lawsuits that accused it of concealing material information from investors — including an active Dept. of Justice investigation — when it went public in 2021. That litigation stemmed from a highly critical report from an activist short-selling firm. In April 2023, Clover agreed to pay $22 million to pay one of the consolidated shareholder lawsuits against it. The more recent settlement agreement — which was first disclosed last June and received preliminary court approval on March 5 — would resolve the remaining shareholder-led civil cases filed against Clover in Delaware, New York, and Tennessee courts. While this settlement does not involve any monetary payment, it will require Clover to “implement a suite of corporate governance enhancements.”

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