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UiPath, Inc. (NYSE: PATH) Securities Fraud Class Action

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COMPANY       UiPath, Inc.
COURT United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
CASE NUMBER 24-cv-04702
JUDGE The Hon. John Peter Cronan
CLASS PERIOD  December 1, 2023 through May 29, 2024


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Case Background:
On May 29, 2024, UiPath issued a press release announcing the resignation of Robert Enslin as the company's CEO, effective June 1, 2024, and the reappointment of Daniel Dines as CEO.  On that same day, UiPath issued a separate press release announcing disappointing first quarter 2025 financial results and a significant cut in its revenue guidance for fiscal year 2025.  Specifically, UiPath lowered its fiscal year 2025 revenue guidance by approximately 10%, or $150 million, from a range of $1.555 billion to $1.560 billion, to a range of $1.405 billion to $1.410 billion.  Discussing UiPath's results and guidance on a conference call that same day, UiPath's officers acknowledged that the company's failed turnaround strategy was a factor, stating that "the investments we have made to reaccelerate growth have fallen short of our expectations, made us less agile in responding to customer needs and created short-term pressure on operating margins, all of which we are committed to rectifying." 

Following this news, UiPath's stock price fell $6.23 per share, or over 34%, to close at $12.07 per share on May 30, 2024.

The complaint alleges that, throughout the Class Period, Defendants made false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose that: (1) UiPath’s turnaround strategy had failed because fruitless investments and inconsistent execution plagued UiPath’s overhauled go-to-market strategy; (2) UiPath’s AI-powered Business Automation Platform suffered from UiPath’s inability to adequately scale its AI-powered tools and caused “confusion” among customers; and (3) as a result, UiPath experienced significant difficulties closing and/or expanding large multiyear deals.

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