- CONGLOMERATE (March 20, 2009): But Enough About Me, Let’s Talk About My Article
Usha Rodrigues on her new article addressing the problem of how we we can ever know if companies are complying with our securities laws by disclosing what they’re supposed to disclose.
- QUINN FORENSICS BLOG (March 20, 2009): More SEC Enforcement Actions on the Horizon
At a luncheon put on by the D.C. Bar, former SEC Commissioner Roel Campos and current SEC Commissioner Luis Aguilar suggested that they expect an increase in enforcement actions.
- HOLLAND & HART SECURITIES BLOG (March 18, 2009): Is the SEC About to Freeze Your Client’s Assets?
Since TROs usually contain asset freeze provisions, they have draconian “game over” consequences for defendants who find themselves unable to pay for their living expenses or fund their attorney fees.
- WSJ LAW BLOG (Mar. 17, 2009): His Middle Name is O; The Man Behind the Madoff Prosecution
A big weight must be sitting on Marc O Litt, who is tasked with investigating whether anyone else knowingly helped Madoff carry out the biggest fraud in U.S. history.
- MARC DORFMAN AND ELLEN WHEELER (March 17, 2009): Top 10 SEC Enforcement Developments of 2008
Counting down the top 10 SEC Enforcement developments of 2008, starting with the Madoff scandal and its fallout as Number One.
- DEALBOOK (March 17, 2009): Could Madoff Go Back to His Penthouse?
Could the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit release Mr. Madoff to return to his luxury Manhattan penthouse, at least for the short time until his sentencing?
- THE HARVARD L.S. CORP GOV FORUM (March 14, 2009): The Future of Claims Against Mutual Funds
Summary of recent article, “A Shaky Future for Securities Act Claims Against Mutual Funds“, considers the liability of mutual fund issuers under §§ 11(a) and 12(a)(2) the Securities Act.
- THE FCPA BLOG (March 17, 2009): Paris Pulls The Plug On Enforcement
We just learned why France isn’t prosecuting any foreign public bribery. Here’s the story. But be warned, it isn’t pretty.
- ZERO HEDGE (March 16, 2009): The Next Shoe: State Pension Funds Victims of Investment Fraud
A gripping analysis done by the good folks at stateline.org demonstrates just how much more pain is in store for state and local pension funds.
- FOOTNOTED.ORG (March 14, 2009): Beyond Weird: A Fake Filing in Penny Stock Land…
A fake Form 8-K filed for a company called Firstplus Financial Group causes confusion.
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