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By Securities Docket on June 30, 2009, 4:27 pm
This afternoon, U.S. District Judge David Hittner revoked bond for Allen Stanford, granting a request by prosecutors to overturn a magistrate judge’s opinion last week to allow Stanford to go free on $500,000 bond pending his trial. As previously discussed here, U.S. prosecutors argued that Stanford is a serious flight risk, and that international ties […]
Posted in Criminal | Tagged Bail, Stanford Financial | 1 Response
By Securities Docket on June 30, 2009, 3:21 pm
On July 21, 2009, Riskmetrics Group’s Securities Class Action Services will sponsor a webcast entitled “Securities Litigation Issues Facing Institutional Investors.” The webcast will feature a dynamic panel of securities litigation experts who will examine the fiduciary duties of institutional investors and discuss significant topics, such as: Monitoring the portfolio: When and why you would […]
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged Features, Institutional Investors, Webcasts | 1 Response
By Securities Docket on June 30, 2009, 11:37 am
Securities Docket’s Bruce Carton is going to be experimenting with a Twitter application called Tweetboard for a day or two. It will allow you to quickly view Bruce’s posts on Twitter by clicking on the tab that should now appear on your screen on the left hand side (the tab is red when there are […]
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged Twitter, Using SD
By Securities Docket on June 30, 2009, 10:50 am
The SEC’s ongoing inquiry into possible insider trading in shares of Restoration Hardware has raised some interesting issues of spousal immunity. On Friday, however, a court ruled that Lena Yan may not avoid testifying before the SEC in its ongoing investigation into possible insider trading by her husband, Daniel Hew.
Posted in SEC | Tagged Features, Spousal Immunity
By Securities Docket on June 30, 2009, 10:07 am
150 years is a staggeringly long sentence for a white collar criminal, but Forbes reports that it puts Madoff only at #4 all-time for white collar sentences. The top 3 are as follows, according to Forbes: 1. Sholam Weiss: 845-year sentence (Release date: Nov. 23, 2754). A Florida federal judge sentenced Weiss in 2000, and […]
Posted in Criminal | Tagged Features, Madoff, Sentencing
By Securities Docket on June 30, 2009, 9:42 am
MSNBC reports in this video that Madoff’s attorney, Ira Sorkin, is none-too-pleased with the sentence of 150 years in prison. “150 years is absurd,” Sorkin states.
Posted in Criminal | Tagged Features, Madoff, Sentencing, Videos | 2 Responses
By Securities Docket on June 30, 2009, 9:34 am
The UK’s Serious Fraud Office disclosed today that it has frozen $100 million worth of assets linked to Allen Stanford. The restraining order freezing the assets was requested by the US Department of Justice on more than $100 million “believed to be held at certain London financial institutions,” the Times Online reports. The SFO said […]
Posted in Global | Tagged Asset Freeze, Features, Stanford Financial
By Securities Docket on June 30, 2009, 6:55 am
Task of reclaiming Bernard Madoff’s billions ‘will take years;’ “Nobody in Madoff’s position is ever going to plead guilty again;” Hope Still Alive For Joe Nacchio. EADS Insider Trading Probe “Interim” Report Out Late July – Source; In wake of Madoff scandal, Conn.’s org. crime law expanded to include securities fraud, allow freezing of assets; Prosecutors Appeal Grant of Bail to Stanford, Call Him “Flight Risk;” Ruth Madoff Breaks Her Silence, Issues Statement; and more.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged Features, News Wire