Year: 2009

THIS WEEK IN SECURITIES LITIGATION (August 28, 2009)

The SEC’s efforts to settle its case with Bank of America for alleged proxy violations continued to present difficulties for the Commission and the bank. SEC enforcement filed a settled insider trading case and an action based on an alleged

INSIDER TRADING: SOMETIMES AGGRESSIVE ENFORCEMENT WORKS

The SEC has been aggressive in bringing insider trading cases, frequently pushing the edge of the law and the facts. Two examples of this are the Cuban case, and the Dorozhko or “computer hacker” case (both discussed here). As those

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