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High court upholds insider trading ruling

PLI SmartBrief | Dec 07, 2016

US Supreme Court justices have upheld the conviction of a man who traded on insider information that came from his brother-in-law. The unanimous decision restores some power to the government over insider trading and confirms that traders who receive insider information, even if it's from a friend or relative who didn't benefit, are acting outside the law and can be prosecuted. Forbes (12/06) The Hill (12/06) The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (12/07)


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PLI SmartBrief | Dec 08, 2016

Supreme Court to review provocation rule

PLI SmartBrief | Dec 06, 2016

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PLI SmartBrief | Dec 08, 2016

High court: Samsung shouldn't pay $399M in patent dispute

PLI SmartBrief | Dec 07, 2016

GOP looks to fast-track Dodd-Frank changes

PLI SmartBrief | Dec 09, 2016

GOP lawmakers rethink Dodd-Frank changes to win stronger backing

PLI SmartBrief | Dec 08, 2016


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