Commercial Fraud

Securities Fraud Judgment Is Automatically Nondischargeable, Circuit Says

Tenth Circuit slams securities fraudsters already nailed with default judgments.
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Madoff ‘Net Equity’ Method Was Properly Applied to Inter-Account Transfers

Madoff trustee’s newest appellate victory again disregards fictitious profits.

No ‘Innocent Insider’ Exception to In Pari Delicto in New York, Judge Holds

New York becomes even more inhospitable to trustees facing in pari delicto defense.

Seventh Circuit Reverses District Court Again, Lowering Standard for ‘Inquiry Notice’

Posner pens a gem warning banks about ignoring signs of fraud.
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SEC Can Freeze Assets Without Violating the Automatic Stay, Circuit Holds

Bankruptcy failed to insulate the Wyly brothers from an SEC asset freeze.
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