In 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that plaintiff classes in securities class action lawsuits be limited only to investors who purchased shares on a U.S. exchange (Morrison v. National Australia Bank). Since then, plaintiffs’ lawyers have been searching for a new place in which to file lawsuits on behalf of plaintiffs who purchased shares on a non-U.S. exchange. That place is Canada. An Ontario law and a subsequent court decision there make it easier for investors to sue publicly traded companies. Plaintiffs’ lawyers from the United States have begun obtaining licenses to practice in Canada in order to take advantage of these more favorable laws for securities class action plaintiffs.