Madoff Cases Against SEC

http://cmkxunofficial.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=mofo&action=display&thread=7287&page=3 SEC Secrets Perspective By: oil.ipo 14 Nov 2010, 07:46 AM EST Msg. 970369 of 970406 (Reply to 970228 by oil.ipo) Cases brought against the SEC are notoriously difficult to prove. Thus the US Government and its agencies can only be sued under a very narrow waiver of Sovereign Immunity that’s provided for by the …

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SEC vs. Deli – Motion Denied

STATES DISTRICT COURTDISTRICT OF NEVADA SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION, Plaintiff, v. MARCO GLISSON, Defendant. 2:09-cv-0104-LDG-GWF ORDER DENYING PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) brought this action asserting that Marco Glisson violated Section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933 (the “Securities Act”) by selling unregistered securities and violated Section 15(a) …

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SEC Settles With Gary Aguirre

SEC Settles with Great American Gary Aguirre, or Wall Street-Washington Incest Personified Posted by Larry Doyle on June 29, 2010 Thanks very much to a regular reader of Sense on Cents for sharing a fascinating story. The Government Accountability Project just released the following story regarding a significant settlement paid by the SEC to a …

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Meet Gary Aguirre

Think that the SEC Is Corrupt? Meet Gary Aguirre [a recent article follows] I’ve always had an inkling that the SEC as an organization is largely corrupt. There are quality people working at the agency to be sure, but when the people at the top of the SEC are willing to un-do months and months …

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