A couple of class-action suits that once threatened to put Securities America out of business are coming to a close.

A Dallas federal judge granted preliminary approval of an $80 million class settlement on May 5. The decision combines two outstanding cases against the independent broker-dealer, Billitteri and McCoy. Investors had sued Securities America over its role in the sale of private placements from Medical Capital and Provident Royalties.

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