Month: September 2017

This Week In Securities Litigation (Week ending September 29, 2017)

Cybersecurity was front and center this week, with SEC Chairman Jay Clayton being grilled by a Senate Committee about the breach at the agency. The Chairman testified that the breach occurred last year and that investigations are underway. Mr. Clayton

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SEC Charges Three Market Professionals With Insider Trading

The Commission brought an insider trading case against three market professions in two different firms, an analyst and two investment bankers. The three men were charged with repeatedly trading on inside information and variously benefiting from tipping each other either

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