Daily Archives: February 10, 2016, 2:43 pm

An SEC investigation: to disclose, or not disclose? | Insights | DLA Piper

In a recent decision, the Ninth Circuit addressed for a second time the question of whether an issuer’s disclosure of a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation can provide a sufficient basis for a plaintiff to plead “loss causation” in a securities class action. The court’s ruling – that disclosure of an investigation combined with “a subsequent revelation” can suffice to…

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6 Lawyers and Staff Caught in the Insider Trading Crosshairs | Big Law Business

The development made us reflect on a number of other Big Law lawyers and employees who have faced insider trading charges in the past. With constant access to corporate information, lawyers can feel the urge to use it to their own financial advantage. We compiled a list of some of the lawyers and employees who have been caught in the prosecutors cross-hairs and…

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