- Posts by Mark A. NebrigMember
Mark has substantive bench and jury trial experience in mergers and acquisitions litigation and shareholder disputes, where he has represented both public and private corporations and their directors, and ESOP-related ...
By Mark Nebrig and Fielding Huseth. No one doubts that Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court, would have an impact on the court’s jurisprudence if confirmed. For financial services and publicly-traded companies, as well as those that support them, one area that should not be overlooked is his potential influence on securities fraud prosecutions. If Judge Kavanaugh joins the Court and brings along his current interpretation of the securities laws, the Supreme Court may soon reshape a major securities fraud enforcement tool.
This fall, the ...
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