On Thursday, after a day and a half of jury deliberations in federal court in Manhattan, the SEC finally got the victory it was hoping for in its case against former Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre.
During closing arguments in Manhattan federal district court on Tuesday, the SEC's Matthew Martens told the jury not to let Fabrice Tourre and his lawyers deceive them the way the former Goldman Sachs trader allegedly duped investors in a doomed-to-fail synthetic CDO.
The Securities and Exchange Commission and Fabrice Tourre finally came face to face in a Manhattan federal courtroom on Wednesday afternoon in the most high-profile trial stemming from the financial crisis.
A federal judge is set to explore whether to allow two groups, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, to intervene in a lawsuit seeking the public disclosure of government information about Internet activist Aaron Swartz.
The firm secured an acquittal in a white-collar prosecution in Kosovo for the leaders of a telecommunications company.
If you're reading this, Barry Berke doesn't want you to sit on the jury that will hear the government's insider trading case against former SAC Capital executive Michael Steinberg.
A former Nixon Peabody securities partner convicted of backdating documents for a Beverly Hills, Calif., businessman as part of a $20 million Ponzi scheme should be sentenced to 12 to 15 years in prison, prosecutors argue.
A judge limited the evidence that Allen & Overy's Pamela Chepiga can present to jurors about the numerous lawyers who reviewed the transaction at the heart of the SEC's fraud case against former Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre.
Fresh off a pretrial defeat in a civil fraud lawsuit brought by the SEC, lawyers for former Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre are just a month away from selecting a jury. On Friday they'll try to convince a judge in Manhattan to let them shine a spotlight at trial on the lawyers who reviewed the ill-fated deal at the heart of the case.