Month: April 2012

WITHDRAWING THE FIFTH AMENDMENT IN AN SEC ACTION

The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals sustained the refusal of the district court to permit a defendant faced with a summary judgment motion in a Commission enforcement action to withdraw his invocation of the Fifth Amendment privilege not to testify.

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EGAN-JONES: MISREPRESENTATIONS OR UNDEFINED STANDARDS?

Credit rating agencies can have a significant impact on the on the market place. The rating assigned by the agencies to securities can impact things such as the price, interest rate and marketability. Yet the inner workings of these agencies

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