Arguing that the UK’s FSA had a rare opportunity to show that it is serious about cracking down on insider dealing but they “fluffed it.”
Examining the issue of whether U.S. domiciled companies could find themselves the target of securities litigation in other jurisdiction’s courts under other jurisdiction’s laws.
Excellent recap of the FCPA discussion by all-star panel at “Criminal Enforcement and Internal Investigations” session of PLI’s 40th Annual Institute on Securities Regulation.
Amusing photo montage and slideshow of recent spa trips and other infamous “bailout junkets.”
Recap of RTTB’s four-part look at the Supreme Court’s analysis in Tellabs and the lower courts’ interpetation of the case to date.
Michael Lewis, who chronicled Wall Street’s excesses early on in Liar’s Poker, now writes that the era that defined Wall Street is officially over.
Discussing the unusual development that three FCPA cases are presently scheduled for trial.
UK’s SFO seeks to get past reputation as “Seriously Flawed Office” by following American models