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Robert Zink, an acting deputy assistant attorney general in the Criminal Division, is looking at a possible move to Big Law.
12 March 2021
A Chicago federal court judge has ordered the Justice Department to surrender potentially exculpatory evidence produced by the country’s commodities regulator to two former Merrill Lynch traders accused of spoofing.
25 February 2021
German lender Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay over $130 million to resolve foreign bribery and spoofing charges.
08 January 2021
Two convicted former traders say a new method used by the DOJ to calculate losses caused by spoofing may dramatically increase their potential sentences.
26 November 2020
James Vorley and Cédric Chanu have cited failure to prove their intent, controversial evidence and coercion from the judge as reasons why they should be acquitted or granted a retrial.
16 November 2020
The US commodities regulator almost equalled its annual record for the number of penalties it handed down for market manipulation in the past year.
15 October 2020
The US Department of Justice has added new compliance language into deferred prosecution agreements that focuses on data analytics. “It’s a bigger lift for some companies than others,” said one corporate defence lawyer.
01 October 2020
In the days leading up to the conviction of former Deutsche Bank traders James Vorley and Cédric Chanu over a market manipulation scheme, jurors on multiple occasions told the judge they were deadlocked while defence lawyers made several attempts to end the case with a mistrial.
30 September 2020
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