Year: 2009

This Week In Securities Litigation (June 5, 2009)

While Capital Hill debated the future course of regulation, and rumors swirled that the Administration would announce its plan for regulatory reform on June 16th, the SEC brought its highest profile market crisis case to date: a disclosure fraud and

Signs That The SEC Is Returning To Its Historic Roots

New Chairman Mary Schapiro and her fellow Commissioners appear to be returning the SEC to its historic roots, remaking the agency in the image of its illustrious past – investor protector and guardian of the nation’s capital markets. These themes