- FREAKONOMICS (Feb. 26, 2009): Would a Fraud Bounty Have Exposed Madoff Years Ago?
“People on Wall Street are not Mother Teresas. They are not going to the SEC unless there is something in it for them.”
- DOUGLAS KOFF AND JASON JURGENS (Feb. 26, 2009): 2nd Circuit Gives Guidance to Litigators on Securities Fraud Claims
JPMorgan is an important decision for securities litigators who confront allegations of misstatements that are demonstrably quantitatively immaterial, but are nevertheless alleged to
- BILL ALPERT, BARRONS (Feb. 23, 2009): Santander Heaps Insult on Madoff Injury
Santander boasted that 70% of affected customers had accepted its Madoff compensation deal, but that’s a pity for those customers and probably a good thing for the bank’s bottom line.
- ROGER M. WITTEN AND JAY HOLTMEIER (Feb. 23, 2009): A Spiraling Caseload Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
A look at the FCPA and some of the key trends that are likely to play a prominent role in 2009’s enforcement environment.
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