Another Shareholder Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Royal Caribbean Alleging Fraud

Royal Caribbean - Stock Fraud?A third class action lawsuit has been filed against Royal Caribbean Cruises seeking class action certification for what is alleged to be fraudulent conduct by the cruise line and executives Richard  Fain, Brian Rice, and Henry Pujol.

The law suit was filed by the law firm of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check in Pennsylvania. 

We reported on the first two lawsuits alleging fraud in an article last month Royal Caribbean Stock Fraud Lawsuits - What Did the Cruise Line Executives Know and When Did They Know It?

The lawsuit was filed here in Miami, in Federal Court for the Southern District of Florida.

You can read the lawsuit papers here.

The law firm's press release can be read here.

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Leah J. Dweck - March 22, 2014 11:39 AM

Good Morning, My husband and I traveled on Explorer-of-the-Seas from New York to the Caribbean. Over 700 passengers, including myself, became very ill due to the norovirus. The cruise line cut the cruise short two days (from 10 days to 8) and said they would return 50% of our cruise money to us (which they have not). I understand there is a class action suit against Royal Caribbean that we sould like to join.

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