Month: November 2015

The DOJ reiterated its Yates policy this week under which cooperation credit is conditioned on furnishing the Department with the identity of individuals involved in corporate wrongdoing. Officials also noted that part of cooperation involves furnishing the facts from witness …

This Week In Securities Litigation (Week ending November 20, 2015) Read More »

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A critical question in insider trading cases currently being brought is whether there are sufficient facts to comply with the Newman personal benefit test – at least if the case is in the Second Circuit. While in many instances it …

SEC Settles Insider Trading Case With Admissions Read More »

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