Month: January 2016

The SEC And Financial Fraud

Financial fraud was a staple of SEC enforcement for years. Complex financial fraud cases in which the “books were cooked” to make earnings guidance, increase bonuses or for other reasons were the daily grist of SEC enforcement up to the

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This Week In Securities Litigation (Week ending January 29, 2016)

Washington spent much of this week digging out from a monster snow storm which left the government closed for two full days and reporting for work on a delayed based for two others. Two recent reports from Cornerstone Research chart

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