The "safe harbor" from liability for "forward-looking statements" created by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 deserves careful review by all public companies.

The safe harbor is intended to encourage companies to make "forward- looking statements" - revenue forecasts, earnings projections, descriptions of business plans, etc. - without fear of being sued by a disgruntled investor if a forecast does not come true.

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