Year: 2017

SEC Obtains Freeze Order In Suspicious Trading Case

Suspicious trading cases have become a staple of SEC insider trading enforcement. Typically the cases involve outsized trading in advance of a significant corporate event. The only way for the SEC to avoid the possible transfer of the trading profits

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This Week In Securities Litigation (Week ending March 24, 2017)

The number of settlements in securities class actions increased last year, according to Cornerstone Research. That fact, along with a finding that the amount of those settlements also increased, is detailed in the firm’s latest report on securities class actions.

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