As Criminal Charges Await HFT Players, Supreme Court Challenge LoomsMark Melin
When David McGill and Benjamin Sauter look at recent high-frequency trading (HFT) criminal convictions, they don’t see it as a one-off event: this is a trend where a delicate turning up of the hot temperature on white collar crime in a specific “Wall Street” niche. McGill and Sauter, complex litigation lawyers at Kobre & Kim, see apparent criminal activity memorialized in traceable chat messages in the most recent case and scratch their head at . . .
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