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  • Bank of America Investor Suit Over AIG Claims Rejected

    Bank of America Corp. investors can’t proceed with a lawsuit alleging they should have been warned that American International Group Inc. was preparing its own suit against the bank in 2011 over billions of dollars in mortgage-backed security losses, a judge ruled.

  • Deutsche Bank’s Rorech Wins First SEC Swap Insider-Trading Suit

    Deutsche Bank AG salesman Jon-Paul Rorech didn’t illegally disclose information on a bond sale to a hedge-fund manager, a judge ruled in U.S. regulators’ first lawsuit alleging insider trading of credit-default swaps.

  • Deutsche Bank, SocGen, Credit Suisse, BP, Del Mar, CPC, Akzo in Court News

    Deutsche Bank AG salesman Jon-Paul Rorech didn’t illegally disclose information on a bond sale to a hedge-fund manager, a judge ruled in U.S. regulators’ first lawsuit alleging insider trading of credit-default swaps.

  • Goldman, Barclays, AIG, Merrill, Toyota in Court News

    Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. may have grounds to sue Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Barclays Plc after they demanded $1.2 billion in additional margin to assume trading positions auctioned by a Chicago exchange, bankruptcy examiner Anton Valukas said.

  • Goldman, Citigroup, AIG, IKB, Galleon in Court News

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has signaled it will fight a U.S. lawsuit over subprime mortgage instruments the same way Bank of America Corp.’s Merrill Lynch unit and UBS AG have challenged similar claims -- by invoking the concept of caveat emptor: Latin for buyer beware.

  • Rajaratnam, AKO Capital, JPMorgan, BA in Court News

    Galleon Group LLC founder Raj Rajaratnam, who faces criminal insider-trading charges, won a bid to keep confidential wiretap applications that prosecutors say may be disclosed to the public.

  • Capitol Investments, Barclays, JPMorgan in Court News

    Nevin Shapiro, chief executive officer of Capitol Investments USA Inc., defrauded investors of at least $80 million to fund his lavish lifestyle after raising $880 million in a Ponzi scheme, U.S. prosecutors charged.

  • Deutsche Bank’s Rorech Broke No Laws, Lawyer Argues

    Deutsche Bank AG salesman Jon-Paul Rorech broke no law by giving a hedge-fund manager information on a bond sale, his lawyer said as U.S. regulators’ first trial alleging insider-trading of credit-default swaps came to a close.

  • Deutsche Bank’s Fedorcik Shared VNU-Deal Information

    Mark Fedorcik , Deutsche Bank AG ’s global head of leveraged-debt capital markets, shared information about a 2006 bond issue with potential investors in the normal course of figuring out how to structure the deal, he testified.

  • Theflyonthewall.com, UBS, Deutsche Bank, Merrill in Court News

    Theflyonthewall.com said it may go out of business unless a court delays a ruling that barred the online financial news service from posting immediate reports about changes to stock ratings.

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