Daily Archives: April 2, 2009, 11:59 pm

Securities Docket News Wire for April 2, 2009

May 8 Webcast — Hedge Funds: A Brave New World of Regulation and Enforcement. http://is.gd/qlM5 # Securities class action filed in USDC for SDNY against Regions Financial Corp. http://is.gd/qlc0 # International Insider Trading Case Map: Q1 Update. http://is.gd/qiRO # Hong Kong: Former BNP Paribas VP and Girlfriend First to be Jailed for Insider Trading. http://is.gd/qgqm # Warrior Company of the…

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May 8 Webcast — Hedge Funds: A Brave New World of Regulation and Enforcement

On Friday, May 8, AlixPartners is sponsoring a webcast on one of the hottest and most controversial topics on Wall Street and in Washington: hedge funds.

Please join us as Philip Khinda of Steptoe & Johnson, Susan Markel of AlixPartners and Ellen Zimiles of Daylight Forensic & Advisory discuss the brave new world facing the hedge fund community and the coming wave of related regulation and enforcement initiatives.

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Andrew Morris Joins Carr Maloney in D.C.

Andrew J. Morris has joined law firm Carr Maloney as a new member in the firm’s D.C. office. The firm announced today that Morris, formerly a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Mayer Brown, will continue to focus his practice on commercial litigation and government investigations with an emphasis on high-stakes disputes involving financial reporting, professional liability, securities fraud,…

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Warrior Company of the Day: Rosetta Stone

Bucking the generally weak IPO market, Rosetta Stone, an Arlington, Virginia-based language instruction company, plans to hold an initial public offering later this month which would be the first venture-capital-based IPO in six months.  The Washington Post reports that Rosetta Stone will seek to raise as much as $106.3 million by offering 6.25 million shares of common stock priced between…

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