Posts tagged Meagan Fackler
Lorenzo v. SEC: A shift towards broadening the scope of the securities fraud doctrine under Rule 10b-5.

“Don’t shoot the messenger.” This phrase was at the heart of the defense in Lorenzo v. SEC, one of the most recent Supreme court cases to consider whether an individual can be held liable under Rule 10b-5 for knowingly disseminating fraudulent statements in connection with the purchase or sale of securities. Lorenzo, the director of investment banking at an SEC-registered brokerage firm, sent two emails to investors that described a potential investment in a company with “confirmed assets” of $10 million.

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