Posts Tagged “Raj Rajaratnam”
by Kyle Colona on October 1, 2012
Jon Horvath, pleaded guilty on Friday to insider trading.
by Beth Connolly on July 19, 2012
Anil Kumar claimed that he was a generally law-abiding citizen who made one mistake. And Judge Danny Chin agreed with him.
by Kyle Colona on June 13, 2012
Team Gupta continued with its defense of the tarnished former Managing Director of Goldman Sachs as the trial continued this week. Thus far federal prosecutors have built a case that appears to be largely circumstantial. In prior cases they have (…)
by Kyle Colona on June 11, 2012
Mr. Gupta’s defense counsel sent a letter to Judge Rakoff over the weekend informing him that Mr. Gupta will not be testifying on his own behalf.
by admin on June 8, 2012
A look at the curious insider trading case thus far against former Goldman Sachs MD Rajat Gupta. Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein has been called by prosecutors to testify this week.
by Beth Connolly on June 5, 2012
This is one record that you do not want. Former attorney Matthew Kluger was slaped with the longest ever prison sentence for insider trading: 12 years.
by Kyle Colona on May 21, 2012
As the trial of Rajat Gupta in the ongoing “expert-network” series of insider trading cases in the hedge game gets underway, Mr. Gupta’s fate may hinge on his pre-existing relationship with the fallen star Raj Rajaratnam. The former big wheel (…)
by The Compliance Exchange on May 21, 2012
The prosecutor leading the insider trading trial against former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta is known for being fiery, aggressive and a workaholic.
by Kyle Colona on May 17, 2012
The federal judge presiding over the “expert-network” insider trading trial said on Wednesday that he intends to allow the use of taped phone conversations that Team Gupta sought to have excluded.