Scott + Scott, LLC Files First Securities Fraud Class Action Against Harley-Davidson, Inc. on May 18, 2005

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COLCHESTER, Conn., May 25 -- On May 18, 2005 Scott + Scott, LLC filed the first securities class action against Harley-Davidson, Inc. and individual defendants Jeffrey L. Bleustein and James L. Zeimer in the United States District Court for the District of Wisconsin on behalf of all persons or entities who purchased or acquired Harley-Davidson securities between January 21, 2004, and through April 14, 2005, inclusive. Since that time, other law firms have filed actions against Harley-Davidson alleging similar, if not identical allegations, contained in Scott + Scott's original complaint.

If you would like more information about Scott + Scott's original action against Harley-Davidson please contact Neil Rothstein at nrothstein@scott- scott.com (800/332-2259 or 619/251-0887) or Amy K. Saba at asaba@scott- scott.com (800/332-2259). Scott + Scott has offices in Connecticut, Ohio and California and specializes in complex litigation including securities fraud and represents foundations, individuals, corporations and pension funds worldwide. The firm is involved in numerous major securities, antitrust and employee retirement plan cases throughout the United States including securities cases against Friedman, Billings, Ramsay Group, MBNA, Rhodia, GlaxoSmithKline, Doral Financial, Able Pharmaceuticals.

Neil Rothstein Esq. Scott + Scott, LLC 401 b Street Suite 307 San Diego, CA 92101 619-233-4565

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