Diana Lloyd on the SEC's Admissions Policy in Law360

White Collar Law360

 | September 19, 2013

 | Diana Lloyd

View “SEC Admissions Policy After Falcone — Proceed with Caution”


Diana Lloyd co-wrote “SEC Admissions Policy After Falcone — Proceed with Caution” in White Collar Law360, in which she discusses the SEC’s new policy that broadens the class of cases in which defendants are required to admit wrongdoing, and how the DOJ might respond to these admissions.  This also appeared in the Corporate, Private Equity and Securities sections of Law360


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