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Alternative Trading System Settles Charges It Failed to Disclose Trading by Affiliate

The SEC settled charges that Pipeline Trading Systems LLC and two of its top executives failed to disclose to customers of Pipeline's "dark pool" trading platform that the vast majority of orders were filled by a trading operation affiliated with… … Continue reading

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Employee Alleges New Jersey Judiciary Failed to Accommodate His Disability

In two previous articles, I discussed the case of Thomas Bowers, an Information Technology Analyst who successfully appealed his race discrimination claim and his retaliation claim against the New Jersey Judiciary. Mr. Bowers was also successful on his appeal of … Continue reading

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Failed tax shelter wrecks S corporation election

One of the products marketed by a national accounting firm in the turn-of-the-century tax shelter frenzy turns out to have… Read more detail on Recent Tax Law Posts –

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Stalking victims failed by the law – The Guardian

"Victims of stalking are being failed by the law, according to the first study of its kind, which has resulted in calls for new ways to tackle the crime." Full story The Guardian, 24th September 2011 Source: www.guardian.co.uk Read more … Continue reading

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Should Former Directors of Failed Firms be Stigmatized?

In an August 2, 2011 post on the New York Times Dealbook blog entitled "Ex-Directors of Failed Firms Have Little to Fear"(here), Ohio State University Law Professor Steven Davidoff voices his consternation that the former directors of Bear Stearns and … Continue reading

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