Appellate Panel Blocks SEC Bid for Wiretap Evidence in Galleon Insider-Trading Case
By Tom Huddleston Jr.
In the SEC's civil case against Galleon, the Second Circuit vacated an order forcing the Galleon defendants to hand over roughly 18,000 wiretapped conversations from the goverment's parallel criminal prosecution.
Galleon founder wins stay of wiretaps in civil case Galleon hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam, accused of insider trading along with several associates, won a suspension of a court order to hand over wiretap evidence to U.S. market regulators, pending appeal...
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