Core Terms: stock, disgorgement, civil penalties, prejudgment
interest, message, deposit, offset, ill-gotten, per share, broadcast,
fraudulent, wired, severally, connected, disgorge, jointly, entity, pump, dump,
hired, share prices, trading, securities laws, underpayment rate, adverse
inference, calculated, discovery, voicemail, causally, securities fraud
Securities and Exchange Commission, Plaintiff: Alan M. Lieberman, Lead Attorney,
John D. Worland, Jr., Securities & Exchange Commission, Washington, DC;
Andrea Bellaire, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Washington, DC.
For David E. Whittemore, Whittemore Management, Inc., Defendants: Eric
Christopher Rusnak, Stephen Gregory Topetzes, Lead AttorneyS, K&L Gates
LLP, Washington, DC.
Peter S. Cahill, Defendant, Pro se, Houston, TX.
For Peter S. Cahill, Clearlake Venture Group, Defendants: Russell G. Ryan,
Lead Attorney, King & Spalding, LLP, Washington, DC.
Clearlake Venture Group, Defendant, Pro se, Houston, TX.
For Godwin Pappas Langley Ronquillo LLP, Interested Party: August D.
Fields, Lead Attorney, Bruce W. Bowman, Jr., Godwin Pappas Ronquillo, LLP,
For Phillip W. Offill, Interested Party: Phillip W. Offill, Lead Attorney,
Judge: Rosemary M. Collyer, United States
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