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Clerkships: a worthwhile journey, but only on a well-charted path

USA - April 22 2013 For future litigators, judicial clerkships, and particularly federal judicial clerkships, have long been viewed as the most prestigious transition...

'Apuzzo' invites aiding and abetting securities fraud enforcement actions

USA - September 19 2012 In its recent decision in SEC v. Apuzzo, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held that to prevail on a claim of aiding and abetting securities fraud under the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, the SEC need not demonstrate that the defendant’s conduct proximately caused the primary violation....