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Call it a cautionary tale for young corporate lawyers who might be inclined to discuss their work in what they think is an innocent fashion
A former M&A associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore appears to have unwittingly served as the source of confidential information at the heart of the latest insider-trading case brought by federal prose
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Deprecated The American Lawyer
...On May 15, 1996, Caregivers Plus, Inc. (CPI), a provider of home healthcare services to Medicare recipients and others, entered into a "factoring" agreement with...
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