Month: June 2010

SUSPICION, SNIPPETS AND PROOF: THE RORECH INSIDER TRADING CASE

Insider trading cases are very difficult to prove. Nobody doubts this basic fact. Equally clear is the fact that there is a significant difference between “suspicious” trading and insider trading. The former may occur because of the timing of a

FREE ENTERPRISE FUND: DIFFERING VIEWS OF SEPARATION OF POWERS

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, and the Sarbanes Oxley Act under which it was created, withstood a constitutional challenge in a case which may be remembered more for its separation of powers analysis than the specific holding. Free Enterprise

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