Year: 2018

Trading In Opaque Markets: End the Prosecutions; Install the Ethics

Individual responsibility and accountability became a critical issue in the wake of the great financial crisis. From Capitol Hill to the cross-streets of small-town America it frequently seemed that the question of the day was “who done it,” name them

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This Week In Securities Litigation (Week ending Dec. 7, 2018)

The Supreme Court was the focus this week with oral argument in Lorenzo v. SEC, an action centered on ascertaining the dividing line between primary and secondary liability under Exchange Act section 10(b). The arguments were based on the application

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