In a summary order, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit vacated one count of conviction of former Doral Financial Corporation Senior Executive Vice President and Treasurer Mario S. Levis. At his trial for securities and wire fraud, Levis sought to introduce evidence that the allegedly illegal transactions involved "hedging," but the district court barred that evidence. The Second Circuit disagreed about the relevance of this evidence as to one of the wire-fraud counts and vacated Levis's conviction on that count. Alas, the court rejected his claims of error as to other counts, so his conviction on those counts was affirmed.