Securities Docket News Wire for March 16, 2011

  • Australia: Ex-trader faces prison over insider transactions http://p2.to/19de #
  • April 5 Webcast: The SEC’s Asset Mgmt Unit and Strategies for Avoiding Trouble in 2011 and Beyond http://p2.to/19d0 #
  • Chamber Hires Mukasey to Push FCPA Changes – Blog of Legal Times http://p2.to/19cO #
  • Mark Mendelsohn On ‘Foreign Officials,’ Emerging Markets, Walking Away From Deals – Corruption Currents – WSJ http://p2.to/19cL #
  • Porsche faces new $1 billion lawsuit by hedge funds http://p2.to/19cH #
  • Picard seeks $14 million transferred by Ruth Madoff http://p2.to/19cG #
  • Why Wall Street Reform May Already Be Dead – CBS MoneyWatch.com http://p2.to/19cF #
  • GOP Lawmaker Opposes Deep SEC Cuts – WSJ.com http://p2.to/19cE #
  • Barry Minkow Will Plead Guilty to Federal Charges of Insider Trading over Scam Against Lennar Corp. — L.A. Weekly http://bit.ly/gbUt0Q #
  • A failure of funding for the SEC – The Hill’s Congress Blog http://p2.to/19bD #
  • Does the Gupta Case Signal that the SEC Is Tired of the Costs and Delay of Federal Court? http://p2.to/19aI #