(United States Second Circuit) – Affirmed the denial of federal habeas relief to a man convicted of securities fraud, in an insider trading case.
(United States Second Circuit) – Affirmed a criminal conviction of securities fraud in a case where the defendant (an attorney) tipped his friend and financial advisor about an upcoming merger in the pharmaceutical industry.
(United States Fifth Circuit) – Affirmed the conviction of a former chief executive officer on securities fraud and related charges stemming from a scheme to inflate the sales figures of his publicly traded medical-device company.
(United States Seventh Circuit) – Affirmed a chief executive officer’s conviction of four counts of wire fraud in connection with the misappropriation of investors’ funds.
(United States Second Circuit) – Affirmed an investor’s conviction of securities fraud and related crimes arising out of an insider trading scheme. However, vacated and remanded the restitution order.
(United States Second Circuit) – Vacated an investment banker’s conviction on insider-trading charges, holding that certain impeachment evidence should not have been excluded. Remanded for further proceedings.