...was a case where respondents Jewett Schwartz, Wolfe and Associates P.L. (JSW) and Lawrence H. Wolfe were alleged to have and later been found...
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John J. Clarke, Jr., a partner at DLA Piper, writes: In February 2008, the market for auction rate securities in the United States experienced significant disruption when many auctions failed. Widesp
Andrew M. Genser, a partner at Kirkland & Ellis, writes: The collapse of the $330 billion Auction Rate Securities (ARS) market in February 2008 has been eclipsed in the media by a string of other dra
Lisa A. Cahill, counsel at Hughes Hubbard & Reed, examines the trend toward nonprosecution and deferred prosecution agreements, and the case of the corporation that decided not to cooperate, instead
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