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U.S. top court fortifies prosecutors in insider trading cases

December 6, 2016, Reuters

Arlo Devlin-Brown is quoted by Reuters in an article regarding the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Salman case which makes it easier to prosecute insider trading cases. According to Devlin-Brown, the decision also "leaves open the question of whether someone who is at the boundaries of what would be considered a real friend could count, like a minor acquaintance."

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