Lorenzo v. SEC – Court Rules with SEC in Rule 10b-5 “Copy and Paste Scheme Liability” Case 15:31, April 18, 2019

Author: Paul Wisor

In Lorenzo v. SEC,[1]the Supreme Court recently held an individual who knowingly disseminates false and misleading information to prospective investors with the intent to defraud may be held liable under subsections (a) and (c) of Rule 10b-5, which are often referred to as the “scheme liability” provisions of the Rule.  Such liability applies even though […]

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Garfield & Hecht, P.C. is proud to announce the Fruita City Council has appointed Paul Wisor to serve as its City Attorney.  Originally established as a farming community in 1884, the City is now regarded as a world class outdoor recreation destination for mountain biking, hiking, and rafting.  It is also well known for its […]

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Garfield & Hecht was proud to provide pro bono legal services to The New America Schools in connection with the issuance of Colorado Educational and Cultural Facilities Authority Charter School Revenue Notes (The New America Schools Project), Series 2018 in the amount of $6,150,000, which closed on October 18, 2018.  The proceeds of the financing […]

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