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SUPREME COURT ASKED TO HEAR DISPUTE OVER DISGORGEMENT OF INSIDER-TRADING PROFITS Contorinis v. SEC

29 No. 11 WJEMP 21By Phyllis L. Skupien, Esq., Managing Editor, Westlaw JournalsWestlaw Journal Employment (Approx. 3 pages)

SUPREME COURT ASKED TO HEAR DISPUTE OVER DISGORGEMENT OF INSIDER-TRADING PROFITS Contorinis v. SEC

29 No. 11 WJEMP 21By Phyllis L. Skupien, Esq., Managing Editor, Westlaw JournalsWestlaw Journal Employment (Approx. 3 pages)

29 No. 11 Westlaw Journal Employment 21
Westlaw Journal Employment
*1 December 23, 2014
Securities Litigation & Regulation
By Phyllis L. Skupien, Esq., Managing Editor, Westlaw Journals
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SUPREME COURT ASKED TO HEAR DISPUTE OVER DISGORGEMENT OF INSIDER-TRADING PROFITS

Contorinis v. SEC

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An investment manager convicted of insider trading has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear his dispute with the Securities and Exchange Commission over disgorgement of $7 million in profits that he never possessed or controlled.
Contorinis v....
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