SEC LOSES SUIT AGAINST EXCLUSIVE CLUB MEMBER FOR VIOLATING INSIDER TRADING LAWS United States v. Kim | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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SEC LOSES SUIT AGAINST EXCLUSIVE CLUB MEMBER FOR VIOLATING INSIDER TRADING LAWS United States v. Kim

7 No. 11 ANSLRR 8Andrews Securities Litigation and Regulation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

SEC LOSES SUIT AGAINST EXCLUSIVE CLUB MEMBER FOR VIOLATING INSIDER TRADING LAWS United States v. Kim

7 No. 11 ANSLRR 8Andrews Securities Litigation and Regulation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

7 No. 11 Andrews Sec. Litig. & Reg. Rep. 8
Andrews Securities Litigation and Regulation Reporter
December 12, 2001
Insider Trading
Copyright (c) 2001 Andrews Publications

SEC LOSES SUIT AGAINST EXCLUSIVE CLUB MEMBER FOR VIOLATING INSIDER TRADING LAWS

United States v. Kim

A federal judge in San Francisco has dismissed the charges against a corporate outsider who, through his membership in an exclusive club for corporate officers, learned about merger talks between two companies and traded on that information. The...
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