Month: January 2009

This Week In Securities Litigation (January 30, 2009)

This week, the focus was on Capital Hill. New SEC Chairwoman Mary Schapiro was sworn in, vowing to rejuvenate the agency and its enforcement program. The Senate heard testimony from two senior SEC staff members, ostensibly about the agency’s prior

The SEC Wins An Appeal In A UK Court

With the internationalization of the markets, the SEC is increasingly required to seek the assistance of courts and regulators around the globe. This occurs in FCPA cases, as well as insider trading actions and other types of enforcement investigations and