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Cooley LLP | USA | 1 Apr 2019

SCOTUS finds primary securities fraud liability for disseminating statements made by others with intent to defraud

Last week, SCOTUS decided Lorenzo v. SEC, a case involving a claim that an investment banker was liable for securities fraud when, at the direction

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Stinson LLP | USA | 28 Mar 2019

SCOTUS Finds Investment Banker Liable for Cutting and Pasting Fraudulent Statement

The U.S. Supreme Court considered the extent of liability under Rule 10b-5 and other rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission and related

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DLA Piper | USA | 28 Mar 2019

Supreme Court Lorenzo decision extends securities fraud liability to those who disseminate false statements made by others

A divided Supreme Court yesterday ruled that a person may be held liable for securities fraud for passing along false statements in connection with

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Barnes & Thornburg LLP | USA | 13 Jul 2018

Well, That Didn’t Take Long - and With No Fanfare, Decades of Administrative Law Are Upended

Perhaps the administration had this one in the can already. On Tuesday, less than three weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court decided Lucia, President

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Hogan Lovells | Global | 3 Jul 2018

Debt Capital Markets - Global Insights Summer 2018

According to the unknown person or persons who "invented" cryptocurrencies, cryptocurrencies are "a n electronic payment system based on

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Miller Canfield PLC | USA | 25 Jun 2018

The Supreme Court Rules that SEC ALJs Were Unconstitutionally Appointed

The U.S. Supreme Court has held that administrative law judges (ALJs) of the Securities and Exchange Commission are "Officers of the United States"

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Buckley LLP | USA | 20 Jun 2018

Bitcoin and ether not considered securities by SEC

On June 14, the Director of the SEC Division of Corporation Finance, William Hinman, stated that the SEC does not consider the cryptocurrencies

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Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann LLP | USA | 15 May 2018

Supreme Court Roundup: A Trio of Upcoming Cases May

The Cyan case concerns whether state courts can hear class action lawsuits that allege only claims under the federal Securities Act of 1933. The

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Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP | USA | 25 Apr 2018

Bankruptcy Code’s Safe Harbor Defense Eliminated by Supreme Court; Variant Defense May Survive

In a unanimous decision in Merit Mgmt. Grp., LP v. FTI Consulting, Inc., the U.S. Supreme Court addressed the scope of a Bankruptcy Code exception to

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Arent Fox LLP | USA | 26 Mar 2018

SCOTUS: State Courts Have Jurisdiction Over Securities Class Actions

The United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously on March 20, 2018 in Cyan, Inc. v. Beaver County Employees Retirement Fund that the Securities

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