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The Week In Securities Litigation: SEC Focuses On Insider Trading, PCAOB Settles Action, Ashland Rulings
Posted on 5 Aug 2011 by Thomas O. Gorman

The Commission took the unprecedented of dismissing the insider trading action against former Goldman Sach director Rajat Gupta, noting that he challenged the administrative proceeding in district court. The SEC reserved the right to file a federal court... Read More

The Week In Securities Litigation: SEC, CFTC Chairmen Testify; 2 Sentenced To Long Prison Terms
Posted on 16 Feb 2013 by Thomas O. Gorman

SEC Chairman Elise Walter and CFTC Chairman Gary Gensler testified before a Senate Committee this week, focusing on the implementation of Dodd-Frank. The SEC also approved the budget for the PCAOB. Two former senior executive in the organization of... Read More

The Week In Securities Litigation: Scandal Surfaces Again At The SEC
Posted on 23 Sep 2011 by Thomas O. Gorman

Scandal surfaced again at the SEC this week. The SEC IG referred a matter involving the former general counsel of the agency to the DOJ. The matter centers on conflicts arising out of his handling of the Madoff clawback claims for the Commission. That... Read More

Thomas O. Gorman On This Week in Securities Litigation
Posted on 23 Apr 2011 by Thomas O. Gorman

As the Galleon insider trading trial draws to a close and the Lindsey FCPA trial moved forward in the Central District of California, one of the few senior executives charged in a market crisis case was found guilty by a jury after a ten day trial. SEC... Read More

The Week In Securities Litigation: SEC Continues Implementing Dodd-Frank
Posted on 24 Jun 2011 by Thomas O. Gorman

The SEC continued implementing Dodd-Frank this week. New rules were issued regarding hedge fund registration and exemptions. SEC enforcement resolved two significant market crisis cases this week. In one the agency filed a settled action against J... Read More