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bitcoin, ether not likely securities; tokens can morph from securities into non-securities
The SEC’s William Hinman, Director of the Division of Corporation Finance, in a wide-ranging speech to an audience at the Yahoo Finance All Markets Summit: Crypto, reprised themes from existing...
New York high court shortens clock on AG’s Martin Act authority
The three-year limitations period governing certain statutory claims under New York law barred the attorney general’s securities enforcement action against Credit Suisse for fraud in the sale...
Merrill Lynch docked $15 million for deceptive RMBS pricing
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc. has agreed to pay more than $15 million in disgorgement and penalties to settle charges that its employees misled customers into overpaying for...
American Pipe tolling does not preserve subsequent class actions
The Supreme Court has ruled that American Pipe tolling does not allow a previously absent class member to bring a subsequent class action outside the limitations period. "The...
3 of 4 town officials play ball with SEC to settle administrative charges
Three town officials from the town of Ramapo, New York, settled administrative charges brought by the SEC in connection with the roles each played in hiding the municipality’s financial...