White-Collar Crime

Recent SEC Trial Losses Highlight Evidence Problems

, New York Law Journal


In their White-Collar Crime column, Christopher L. Garcia and Amanda Burns Shulak of Weil, Gotshal & Manges write: Recently, the SEC has had some missteps, most notably at trial. The losses in those cases were likely the result of the SEC having brought enforcement actions for conduct that was not provable based on the available evidence. Each of the cases suffered from proof issues that made them difficult cases to win.

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