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7 January 2013 By Reynolds Holding

The U.S. regulator has scored big settlements from Wall Street banks. But a new study suggests shareholder lawsuits may do better, especially at pinning blame on individuals. Other government agencies find ways to co-opt private-sector legal talent. Maybe the SEC should try it.

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