DOJ Charges Three Traders with Spoofing
Spoofing is a form of market manipulation in the commodity markets in which the trader bids or places orders with no intent of executing them. Later they are cancelled. The practice can distort the pricing in the markets and cause…Read more ›
Fall is for Falling Leaves, Thanksgiving, and TCPA Omnibus II?
As this year speeds to a close, we are on pins and needles to see if the FCC will issue a ruling this Fall in the great ACA Int’l TCPA remand. After all, the FCC provided only two weeks for commen…
U.S. Takes Marrakesh Express to Treaty Facilitating Access to Publications by the Blind and...
On October 10, 2018, President Trump signed the Marrakesh Treaty Implementation Act (“MTIA”), which will allow the United States to join the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works…
This Week In Securities Litigation (Week ending October 12, 2018)
Earlier this year Chairman Clayton in cautioning investors regarding the volatile nature of crypto assets, warned market participants about adding terms such as “blockchain” to the firm name to hype the price of the stock. Now, as the market has…Read more ›
President Trump Signs Federal “Gag Order” Pharmacy Bills
Today, President Trump signed into law two bills that have gained bipartisan support including the “Know the Lowest Price Act of 2018” and the “Patient Right to Know Drug Prices Act”. Together, the…
Manhattan USAO Charges Former Accounting Professor with Fraud
When making investments many think seeing is believing. That often means asking for the key documents and carefully examining them. If it is in the documents then it must be true. If the papers are furnished by a reputable professional…Read more ›