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Courtroom governance

10 December 2018 By Reynolds Holding

Like a dozy board, the U.S. tribunal has left confusing financial-fraud laws largely untouched for years. Yet a case argued last week – and a new justice – offer the chance to set the rules and Wall Street watchdogs straight. Shaking up the status quo would add value in the law.

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