Tag Archives: outsider trading liability

Guest Post: The SEC’s Outsider Trading Program: The Silence is Deafening

Most readers are undoubtedly familiar with the concept of “insider trading” – that is, the purchase or sale by company insiders of their personal holdings in company shares based on material non-public information. Readers may be less familiar with “outsider trading,” which is trading in shares of a company on the basis on material non-public … Continue Reading

Guest Post: Think the SEC EDGAR Data Breach Involved Insider Trading? Think Again.

The SEC’s disclosure that its EDGAR system had been had hacked was big news last week, as was the accompanying disclosure that the information accessed may have been used for improper trading. In the following guest post, John Reed Stark takes a look at the interesting and important legal issues that might arise if the authorities … Continue Reading
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