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US court denied Rajat Gupta permission to visit India
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US court denied Rajat Gupta permission to visit India

Gupta, 65, convicted on insider trading charges in June 2012, had written to US District Judge Jed Rakoff on February 13 seeking to "modify his release conditions", to permit him to travel to New Delhi from February 27 to March 10, 2014, to attend ... Business Today India, 3 weeks ago
Ex-Goldman Director Gupta's Insider Trading Conviction Upheld International Business Times Australia, 3 weeks ago
Lenient Inside-Trading Sentence Outlasts Appeal Courthouse News Service, 3 weeks ago

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Heinz insider-trading case against Brazilian brothers settled for $4.8M [The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review :: ]

April 03--A federal judge in New York approved a $4.8 million settlement between the Securities and Exchange Commission and Brazilian brothers accused of insider trading before last year's $28 billion buyout of H.J. Heinz Co. U.S. District Court ...
 BusinessWeek1 week ago US judge approves SEC settlement on insider trading in Heinz shares  CNBC2 weeks ago U.S. Judge Approves SEC Settlement On Insider Trading In Heinz Options  The US Daily2 weeks ago Video: U.S. Judge Approves SEC Settlement On Insider Trading In Heinz Options  IT Business Net2 weeks ago

Heinz Insider-Trading Settlement Allowed by SEC-Critic Judge

A New York judge approved a deal between the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and two Brazilian brothers accused of insider trading in H.J. Heinz Co. after questioning whether they were getting off too easy. U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff, ...
 BusinessWeek2 weeks ago

Bank of America Back in Court

A U.S. judge wrestled on Thursday with a U.S. Justice Department request that Bank of America Corp pay $2.1 billion in penalties after being found liable for fraud over defective mortgages sold by its Countrywide unit. In a second hearing on the ...
 HispanicBusiness.com1 month ago Bank of America back in court over US$2.1b fraud penalties  FZ.com1 month ago
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Countrywide Asks Judge to Reject U.S. Claim for $2.1 Billion (1)

Lawyers for Bank of America Corp. A federal jury in New York in October found the unit of the Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank liable for defrauding the U.S.-sponsored enterprises in the first mortgage-fraud case brought by the government to ...
 BusinessWeek1 month ago Countrywide Urges Judge to Reject Claim for $2.1 Billion  Bloomberg1 month ago
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Chevron Wins Latest Round in Ecuador Pollution Case

(IPS) - In the latest twist in a 21-year-old environmental pollution case, a U.S. federal judge Tuesday ruled that the victims of massive oil spillage and their U.S. attorney could not collect on a nine-billion-dollar judgement by Ecuador's ...
 Upside Down World1 month ago
Lawyer Herald

Anonymous email urges kill of SAC plea deal to judge

US District Judge Laura Taylor Swain recently emailed an email from an anonymous critic who is urging for the judge to reconsider the deal the US government had accorded to SAC Capital Advisors LP. The Justice Department had reached a settlement ...
 Lawyer Herald1 month ago

Conflict mineral rule violates free-speech right

NEW YORK — A US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rule requiring companies to disclose whether any "conflict minerals" are used in their products violates the free-speech rights of manufacturers, an appeals court held. The rule was part of ...
 BDlive1 day ago SEC's Conflict Minerals Rule, Bitcoin, Venezuela: Compliance  BusinessWeek2 days ago

Matt Taibbi: The SuperRich in America Have Become 'Untouchables' Who Don't Go to Prison

Taibbi discusses his new book, "The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap." AMY GOODMAN: Earlier this month, attorney James Kidney, who was retiring from the Securities and Exchange Commission, gave a widely reported speech at ...
 AlterNet.org1 day ago
Lawyer Herald

Shrem gets indictment over money laundering following plea talks

Former vice chairman Charlie Shrem of the Bitcoin Foundation has been recently indicted on money laundering charges with ties to the online marketplace Silk Road. Bloomberg said that Shrem is also the chief executive officer of BitInstant, a Bitcoin ...
 Lawyer Herald1 day ago Bitcoin Millionaire Charlie Shrem Under House Arrest Following Federal Indictment  Yahoo! Finance1 day ago Ex-Bitcoin Foundation's Shrem Indicted After Plea Talks  La Repubblica2 days ago
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