An employee of Two Sigma Investments LLC, an $18 billion quantitative hedge fund, was charged by New York prosecutors with stealing computer data from the company, the latest in a growing number of proprietary financial firm theft cases brought by the Manhattan district attorney.
The search to find which aides to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie ordered traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge, and why, is drawing top lawyers experienced in prosecuting or defending politicians, mobsters and the insider trader with the longest U.S. prison term.
Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. computer programmer Sergey Aleynikov , accused of stealing trading software from the bank, won dismissal of a count of unauthorized computer access, one of three charges he faces.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. must advance computer programmer Sergey Aleynikov the legal fees he needs to fight New York state charges that he stole confidential source code from the company, a federal judge ruled.
Sergey Aleynikov, a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. computer programmer, walked out a New York courthouse the day after his conviction for stealing the bank’s high-speed trading code was reversed by a U.S. appeals court.
The trustee liquidating Bernard L. Madoff ’s investment firm filed more than $50 billion in so- called clawback suits to compensate victims of the con man’s fraud since his arrest two years ago for masterminding the biggest Ponzi scheme in U.S. history.