SEC v. Whittemore, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 21319 (D.D.C. March 9, 2010)

SEC v. Whittemore, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 21319 (D.D.C. March 9, 2010)

LexisNexis 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

Counsel: For 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, Dallas, TX.

For Phillip W. Offill, Interested Party: Phillip W. Offill, Lead Attorney, Dallas, TX.

Judge: Rosemary M. Collyer, United States District Judge. subscribers can view the enhanced version of SEC v. Whittemore



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