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Is Insider Trading Still a Crime after U.S. v Newman?

Posted by William Byrnes on January 26, 2015

read about it at International Financial Law Prof Blog and download the case.

Citing U.S. v. Newman, judge throws out insider trading guilty pleas over IBM deal, more insider trading cases expected to be dropped ….


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Former Senior Executive of Qualcomm Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading and Money Laundering

Posted by William Byrnes on July 22, 2014

DOJ-U-S-ATTORNEYS-OFFICEJing Wang, 51, the former Executive Vice President and President of Global Business Operations for Qualcomm Inc., today pleaded guilty to insider trading in shares of Qualcomm and Atheros Communications Inc. Wang also pleaded guilty to laundering the proceeds of his insider trading using an offshore shell company.

According to court documents, … read the entire story at http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/intfinlaw/2014/07/former-senior-executive-of-qualcomm-pleads-guilty-to-insider-trading-and-money-laundering.html


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