Gibson Dunn Stymies DOJ in Trial of Reverse Merger Exec

, The Litigation Daily


Claims of rampant fraud among Chinese companies that won backdoor listings on U.S. stock exchanges have sparked regulatory scrutiny and a raft of class actions. But this week the Department of Justice suffered a mistrial in one of its first criminal cases targeting a reverse merger company executive.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    Tax, regulate and sue. Tax, regulate and sue. And the Obammunists wonder why Q1 growth was but 0.1 percent. The next 2.5 years can‘t go by quickly enough.

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