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PENNSYLVANIA JUDGE ADOPTS MISAPPROPRIATION THEORY FOR CABLE EXEC'S WIFE SEC v. Lenfest

1997 ANCODLLR 20548Andrews Corporate Officers and Directors Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

PENNSYLVANIA JUDGE ADOPTS MISAPPROPRIATION THEORY FOR CABLE EXEC'S WIFE SEC v. Lenfest

1997 ANCODLLR 20548Andrews Corporate Officers and Directors Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

1997 Andrews Corp. Off. & Directors Liab. Litig. Rep. 20548
Andrews Corporate Officers and Directors Liability Litigation Reporter
January 8, 1997
Insider Trading/Misappropriation Theory
Copyright (c) 1997 Andrews Publications

PENNSYLVANIA JUDGE ADOPTS MISAPPROPRIATION THEORY FOR CABLE EXEC'S WIFE

SEC v. Lenfest

A federal judge in Philadelphia adopted the controversial misappropriation theory in finding that the wife of a cable company owner may be liable for trading on inside information about a planned merger even though the stock purchased was not that of...
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