Recent SEC Enforcement Developments -
.. Change in SEC policy regarding “no admissions” settlements
- SEC Chair Mary Jo White has joined with colleagues at DOJ to change the perception that U.S. companies are “too big to jail”
- SEC has made it a priority in “egregious” cases to require admissions of liability
- SAC: agreed to plead guilty to insider trading violations and pay a $1.2 billion penalty
- JP Morgan: $200 million penalty in the London Whale case, coupled with JPM admissions of the facts underlying the SEC’s charges, and a public acknowledgement that JPM violated the federal securities laws
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Topics: Compliance, D&O Insurance, DOJ, Enforcement, Mary Jo White, SEC, Securities Litigation, Too Big to Fail
Published In: Business Torts Updates, General Business Updates, Insurance Updates, Mergers & Acquisitions Updates, Securities Updates
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