ML takes on Department of Justice in Auction Rate Securities case

The AM Law Litigation Daily & Bloomberg News
January 25, 2010

MoloLamken has been retained to handle the sentencing and appeal of a former Credit Suisse trader convicted in connection with the sale of auction rate securities. The trial court imposed a sentence substantially less than that sought by the government or called for under the federal sentencing guidelines. The appeal proceeds. Read more:

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On June 15, 2011, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit reversed the substantive securites fraud conviction of Mr. Butler. Read more:

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Ex-Credit Suisse Broker Butler Gets Fraud Conviction Tossed


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