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Uber probed over fraud allegations in antitrust case

Judge Rakoff Sees Resistance to Fraud Prosecutions

Judge Jed Rakoff told attendees at the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners at the ACFE's Annual Global Fraud Conference in Las Vegas that prosecutors are falling short on prosecuting fraud. I am regretfully increasingly convinced that the ... Accounting Today, 1 month ago
Uber dealt a new setback in price-fixing lawsuit New York Business Journal, 1 month ago

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After insider-trading conviction, a new life as a speaker

A few years ago, it would have been hard to imagine Judge Jed S Rakoff and Roomy Khan, a government informant, as speakers at the same conference. But that's exactly what happened this week, when Judge Rakoff kicked off the Association of ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago
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U.S. Judge Orders Ex-Brokers to Pay Almost $1 Million to SEC

Two former brokers who won the voiding of their criminal insider-trading cases last year were ordered to pay the SEC almost $1 million in civil penalties which a federal judge said were the proceeds of their scheme to trade ahead of a 2009 IBM Corp.
 Bloomberg1 month ago N.Y. brokers must pay $1.9 million for insider trading: U.S. judge  Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland2 months ago UPDATE 2-N.Y. brokers must pay $1.9 mln for insider trading -U.S. judge  Reuters UK2 months ago N.Y. brokers must pay $1.9 mln for insider trading -U.S. judge  Yahoo! Finance2 months ago

Federal judge finds grounds for examining alleged fraud in Uber antitrust case

An antitrust case filed in a U.S. district court in New York in December 2015 has taken an unexpected turn. U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff wants information about whether a private investigator hired by Uber concealed his identity — which would ...
 Digital Trends1 month ago

Uber Can Be Added to Lawsuit Against CEO, Which Could Prompt Arbitration

A federal judge said Uber Technologies Inc can be added as a defendant in an antitrust lawsuit against its chief executive officer over its pricing practices, an outcome the ride-sharing service wanted in its bid to force the case into arbitration. ...
 Entrepreneur.com1 month ago Price-fixing case: Uber could become defendant  Times of India1 month ago This Decision Could Push a Lawsuit Over Uber's Surge Pricing Into Arbitration  Fortune1 month ago Uber a "necessary party" in surge-pricing lawsuit against its CEO  IT Web1 month ago

Reluctant Handmaidens: The Role of Judiciary in Corporate Settlement Agreements

Two recent significant appellate cases have sharply limited judges abilities to challenge or amend corporate settlement agreements. The government's use of corporate settlement agreements, such as deferred prosecution agreements and consent decrees, ...
 Lexology3 weeks ago

Uber can be added as defendant to surge pricing lawsuit, says judge - CNET

Uber's controversial surge pricing has led to legal problems. NurPhoto/ A federal judge says ride-hailing service Uber can be added as a defendant to an antitrust lawsuit against the company's co-founder and CEO, Travis Kalanick. Uber is a ...
 CNET News1 month ago Uber Wants Arbitration, Not Class-Action Lawsuit in Surge-Pricing Case  Skift1 month ago

Caesars's Summer Is No Vacation With Threats in Three Courts

Judges in Delaware, New York and Chicago weigh creditor claims Company says bondholder wins may trigger another bankruptcy Caesars Entertainment Corp.'s campaign to get its operating unit out of bankruptcy faces its biggest teststhis month as ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago

Judges Throw Out $1.27 Billion Hustle Settlement Against BofA

A U.S. appeals court on Monday threw out a jury's finding that Bank of America bac was liable for mortgage fraud leading up to the 2008 financial crisis, voiding a $1.27 billion penalty and dealing the U.S. Department of Justice a major setback. ...
 Fortune2 months ago Judges Throw Out $1.27 Billion 'Hustle' Settlement Against BofA  Fortune2 months ago Bank of America (BAC): Yes, Proof Is Required  Wall Street Pit2 months ago The Hustle Continues: Why the Feds Haven't Nailed the Big Banks  The New Republic Online2 months ago

Court Tosses Crisis-Era Fraud Fine -- WSJ

Federal appellate judges in New York throw out civil penalty in Bank of America 'Hustle' case By Aruna Viswanatha and Christina Rexrode An appeals court dealt the Obama administration a major setback in its efforts to levy tough fines on ...
 4 Traders2 months ago Appeals Court Throws Out $1.27 Billion Penalty Against BofA -- 3rd Update  Morningstar.com2 months ago
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