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No more ugly American: Judge refuses to allow Madoff trustee t...

Judge Jed S. Rakoff of the Southern District of New York last week ruled that the U.S. Bankruptcy Code does not permit a bankruptcy trustee to recover foreign transfers. Specifically, Judge Rakoff refused to allow Irving Picard, the trustee of ... Lexology, 4 days ago

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Commentary: Judges shouldn't be rubber stamps

By , L ast week, a federal appeals court overturned U.S. District Judge Jed S. Rakoff's decision to reject a $285 million settlement between Citigroup Global Markets and the Securities and Exchange Commission. At issue was a proposed ...
 Washington Post1 month ago Belated vindication for the SEC's (prior) settlement policy  Lexology1 month ago SEC & Citi going back to court  CNBC1 month ago Breakingviews: CDO judge's victory in defeat  Reuters UK1 month ago
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Appeals Court Reverses Decision on Citi-SEC Settlement

On Wednesday, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan rescinded the decision of U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff related to Citigroup Inc. ( C ) U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ( SEC.TO ) settlement of $285 million. The settlement ...
 Yahoo! Finance1 month ago Court overturns rejection of SEC-Citi settlement  USA Today1 month ago SEC-Citigroup Settlement Deal Originally Rejected is Overturned by Appeals Court  JD Journal1 month ago CITIGROUP : Federal Appeals Court Says Judge Erred in Blocking SEC, Citigroup Settlement -- Update  4 Traders1 month ago
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Madoff trustee is dealt fresh legal setback — Reuters

In a decision on Sunday, U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff said the trustee, Irving Picard, could not invoke federal bankruptcy law to recover money transferred outside the United States between foreign entities, citing a presumption that the law does ...
 Securities Docket2 weeks ago Judge: Madoff trustee can't chase foreign funds  USA Today2 weeks ago Madoff trustee faces fresh legal setback  Nigeria Punch2 weeks ago Madoff trustee dealt fresh legal setback  FX Centre2 weeks ago

Continuing recent trend of heightened scrutiny of settlements, Seventh Circuit trashes window defect accord

In late 2011, SDNY Judge Jed Rakoff rejected a $285 million dollar proposed settlement between the S.E.C. and Citigroup concerning mortgage backed securities fraud. The ruling grabbed headlines at the time, with commentators citing it as a rebuke of ...
 Lexology2 weeks ago Judge's rejection of SEC's $285 million settlement with Citigroup voided by 2nd Circuit  ABA Journal1 month ago

Jed Rakoff and the Lonely Fight for Wall Street Justice

Illustration by Jason Raish The federal judge is waging a one-man war on bank-friendly
 The Nation1 month ago Tens Of Thousands Of Innocent People Have Pled Guilty, Judge Jed Rakoff Says  Huffington Post1 month ago America's plea-deal process is broken: top US judge  Business Standard1 month ago

Second Circuit reverses Judge Rakoff, sets low bar for approval of SEC settlements

Overview In a long-awaited ruling, on June 4, 2014, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit reversed the November 2011 decision in which U.S. District Court Judge Jed Rakoff refused to endorse the SEC's settlement with Citigroup, ...
 Lexology1 month ago Second Circuit upholds broad SEC settlement powers - for potential defendants, 3 key points  JD Supra1 month ago Judge Rakoff Reversed by Second Circuit on SEC-Citi case, Still Sort of Wins  JD Supra1 month ago Second Circuit Overturns District Court's Rejection of SEC-Citigroup Fraud Settlement  JD Supra2 weeks ago

Deference and Compromise Reigns over Establishment of Truth: Second Circuit Validates SEC Use of "Neither Admit Nor Deny" Settlements

On June 4, 2014, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals vacated U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff's influential and controversial decision to reject a consent injunction between the SEC and Citigroup Global Markets Inc. (Citigroup) in November 2011. Judge ...
 JD Supra1 month ago Judge Went Too Far In Rejecting Citigroup-SEC Settlement, Appeals Court Says  Forbes.com1 month ago Second Circuit Court of Appeals Decision in SEC v. Citigroup Global Markets Inc.  Main Justice1 month ago

Citigroup Wins Order Reviving $285 Million SEC Accord

Citigroup Inc. The bank challenged U.S. District Judge Jed S. Rakoff's 2011 refusal to approve the agreement, which would resolve claims that New York-based Citigroup misled investors in a $1 billion financial product linked to risky mortgages. ...
 BusinessWeek1 month ago Citigroup-SEC Deal Revived by 2nd Circuit  Courthouse News Service1 month ago

Rakoff: LexisNexis, Westlaw Providing Legal Briefs For Research Transformative

LexisNexis and Westlaw can provide legal briefs to subscribers without running afoul of copyright law, Judge Jed Rakoff of the Southern District of New York ruled. An Oklahoma IP attorney registered his briefs with the patent office and then sued ...
 Today's General Counsel1 week ago Westlaw and Lexis Finally Agree: Providing Copyrighted Legal Briefs To Customers Is Fair Use  JD Supra1 week ago
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