Daily Archives: April 7, 2009, 11:59 pm

Securities Docket News Wire for April 7, 2009

Bank of America Lead Counsel Plot Thickens. http://tinyurl.com/cgsg3u #sdx # Qwest ex-CEO Nacchio ordered to prison on April 14. http://is.gd/riO2 #sdx # UK’s Proposed Bribery Law Targets Foreign Companies. http://is.gd/r0CC #sdx # A Chat With the SEC’s Robert Khuzami. http://is.gd/rgbG #sdx # Vietnam: SSC Fines Company and Four Individuals for Insider Trading. http://is.gd/rf6K #sdx # US inquiry into subprime fiasco…

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A Chat With the SEC’s Robert Khuzami

The new Director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement, Robert Khuzami, has as much or more on his plate these days than anyone in Washington, D.C., so I was very grateful when he agreed to spend some time on Friday speaking to me about his new position and his plans for the Division of Enforcement. Get all of the details…

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Matthew Siembieda and Timothy Katsiff Join Morgan Lewis in Philadelphia

Matthew Siembieda and Timothy Katsiff have joined law firm Morgan Lewis as partners in the firm’s Philadelphia office.  The firm announced yesterday that Siembieda and Katsiff have joined its Litigation Practice. Siembieda has more than 30 years of experience in complex commercial litigation, including commercial and securities fraud, insurance coverage, white collar defense, class actions and internal investigations.  Katsiff’s practice…

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India’s CBI Charges Nine People, Including PwC Auditors, With Forgery and Fraud

India’s Central Bureau of Investigation charged nine people, including auditors from PricewaterhouseCoopers, with forgery and fraud today after concluding its investigation into Satyam Computer Services. The NY Times reports that after a 45-day investigation, the CBI stated that it was charging six employees from Satyam Computer Services, two auditors from PricewaterhouseCoopers and an outside adviser with “criminal conspiracy, cheating, cheating…

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