LAWYERS CALL SHAREHOLDER SUITS 'STEADY STREAM,' NOT FLOOD

Frustrated investors are not turning in large numbers to the legal system to make good their losses on Wall Street through shareholder class action lawsuits, attorneys and other experts in the field told SN.In the supermarket industry, such suits have been filed this year against four publicly traded companies: A&P, Montvale, N.J.; Fleming, Dallas; Kmart Corp., Troy, Mich.; and Supervalu, Minneapolis.Fleming

Frustrated investors are not turning in large numbers to the legal system to make good their losses on Wall Street through shareholder class action lawsuits, attorneys and other experts in the field told SN.

In the supermarket industry, such suits have been filed this year against four publicly traded companies: A&P, Montvale, N.J.; Fleming, Dallas; Kmart Corp., Troy, Mich.; and Supervalu, Minneapolis.

Fleming and Supervalu have said they intend to fight the litigation, A&

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