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This Week In Securities Litigation (Week ending May 3, 2019)

The latest round of SEC v. Musk has, at least temporarily, resolved. The Court entered a modification to its earlier order, agreed to by the parties, which created an open-ended list of matters about which the Tesla founder will not

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SEC Secures Asset Freeze in $2 million Suspicious Trading Case

Suspicious trading cases typically center around large trades of stock or options timed to a significant corporate event such as an acquisition or takeover. Specifically, the trading frequently takes place shortly before the transaction is announced and often involves large

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