Supreme Court Justices Appear Hesitant to Narrow the Scope of Insider Trading Liability

Since the Second Circuit Court of Appeals’ December 2014 decision in United States v. Newman, the government’s ability to aggressively pursue insider trading cases involving tipping has been in doubt.  But, on October 5, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Salman v. United States, a case that should clarify the government’s burden in proving insider trading cases against tippers and tippees.  read more

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