Our firm is investigating possible legal claims on behalf of Sealed Air Investors. Sealed Air (NYSE: SEE) shares fell dramatically after the company finished its internal audit and fired CFO Bill Stiehl. This internal audit was undertaken in connection with a year-long investigation of the company by the SEC and an additional subpoena for information.

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CFO Fired after Internal Audit and SEC Investigation; Share Prices Drop More Than 5%

On June 20th, Sealed Air announced the firing of its CFO after the conclusion of its internal audit. This audit was sparked by a subpoena from the SEC regarding the company’s audit firm and the selection process for the firm.

According to the Wall Street Journal, “[T]he SEC’s latest subpoena related to the independence of Sealed Air’s audit firm as well as the process the company used to select the audit firm in 2015.” The article notes that Sealed Air switched auditors to Ernst & Young LLP in 2015, per regulatory filings.

On this news, SEE stock prices dropped sharply in intraday trading, causing harm to investors. Analysts have downgraded the stock as share prices continue to fall. Our firm is investigating legal claims on behalf of SEE investors.

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