Enforcement officials frequently emphasize the benefits of cooperation. The cases involving former Credit Suisse Managing Director David Higgs
JPMorgan settled its civil liability with the Department of Justice and others stemming from the mortgage market, agreeing to pay $13 billion. The
SAC Capital agreed to plead guilty this week. Under the terms of the deal the firm will plead guilty to each count in the indictment, pay a total
The Department of Justice brought what is perhaps the most significant market crisis case to date, named as defendants rating agency Standard &
The SEC and the U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut filed, respectively, civil and criminal fraud charges against a former account
The President’s new market crisis task force brought its first action this week.
The President’s Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities Working Group, announced earlier this year in the State of the Union speech, brought its first case.
The SEC faces a variety of issues in protecting U.S. investors in the capital markets of this country.
The rapid collapse of MF Global into bankruptcy amid claims that millions of dollars in customer funds is a key focus for the SEC and CFTC as well as SIPIC this week.
The narrow focus of Janus Capital Group, Inc. v. First derivative Traders, 131 S.Ct. 2296 (2011) may have a significant impact in private damage actions and SEC enforcement cases.