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Sniping at SEC's Cox

Although even Rep. Barney Frank, not an easy customer to please, says Chris Cox "has done a good job" as head of the Securities and Exchange Commission, some of the usual suspects are not about to forgive Cox for his less-than-obliging attitude toward the Bill Lerachs of the world. A Bloomberg News article provides a perch for sniping from both named and unnamed sources; Lattman has more, while Prof. Bainbridge speculates on Cox's apparent enthusiasm for bringing insider-trading cases.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute


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