The Week in Securities Litigation: Martoma Enters Not Guilty Plea In Insider Trading Case

In this holiday shortened first week of the year, one of the most significant current cases moved forward with the entry of a not guilty plea by Mathew Martoma to insider trading charges. Mr. Martoma is the latest person charged in the on-going insider trading wars being waged by the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's...

The Week in Securities Litigation: SAC Capital, Insider Trading And Facebook Dominate

Speculation about SAC Capital and Steve Cohen, insider trading and Facebook dominated securities enforcement litigation this week. Although SAC Capital has tentatively resolved matters for the moment with enforcement officials, a ruling in private litigation involving Mr. Cohen sparked fresh speculation...

The Week In Securities Litigation: $600 Million Insider Trading Settlement Reached

The Second Circuit's pending decision in the Commission's Citigroup market crisis case continues to loom as Judge Marreno approved the over $600 million insider trading settlement involving SAC Capital - conditioned on the outcome of Citigroup. New Chairman Mary Jo White's former partner...