Month: September 2007

The Week In Review (September 24-28, 2007): Key Trends Regarding Insider Trading and FCPA Continue

This week the SEC continued its renewed emphasis on insider trading cases by filing four new actions. In SEC v. Keeney, Case No. 1:07CV0103 (D.C.C.), a former consultant to Frederick’s of Hollywood, Inc, a privately held company, was charged with

LIABILITY IN SECURITIES FRAUD ACTIONS: Part XXI: Theories of Proof Under Dura – Materialization

Materialization is another theory used to plead and prove loss causation. This theory is used “where the alleged misstatement conceals a condition or event which then occurs and causes the plaintiff’s loss, it is the materialization of the unclosed condition