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Supreme Court To Review Halliburton Case

The U.S. Supreme Court has granted certiorari in Halliburton v. Erica P. John Fund, setting up what could be the most important securities litigation decision in the last twenty-five years. At issue is the continued validity of the fraud-on-the market-theory, whereby reliance by investors on a misstatement is presumed if the company’s shares were traded […]

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FINRA publishes additional guidance on expungement

On Tuesday, October 15, 2013, FINRA Dispute Resolution published the following guidance and reminder for arbitrators when considering expungement requests. Extraordinary Nature of Expungement Relief — Expungement is an extraordinary remedy that should be granted only under appropriate circumstances. Information should be expunged only when it has no meaningful investor protection or regulatory value. Once […]

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Crowdfunding is almost here…

Businesses and start ups are on their way to selling ownership stakes in their companies by soliciting investors over the Internet under a proposal advanced by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The plan would set rules for equity crowdfunding, which lawmakers said would spur growth by easing financing when they mandated it in the 2012 Jumpstart […]

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AUB investigates UBS Puerto Rico for losses in bond funds

Aidikoff, Uhl & Bakhtiari continues to investigate the sales practices of Wall Street firms in recommending bond funds to it’s clients. In May 2012 the SEC issued a Cease-and-Desist Order against UBS Puerto Rico. Pursuant to the order, UBS Puerto Rico agreed to pay $26 million in disgorgement and settle charges that it sold allegedly mispriced closed end funds to […]

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Two Indicted in Fraud Scheme

A federal grand jury has indicted Richard Shusterman, age 50, of Highland Beach, Florida, and Jonathan E. Rosenberg, age 44, of West Orange, New Jersey, on charges of conspiracy and wire fraud, in connection with a scheme to defraud equity investors and asset-based lenders in medical accounts receivable of more than $275 million. The indictment […]

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