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THE OPTIONS SCANDAL: SEC AND PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT TRENDS REED R. KATHREIN, Partner HAGENS BERMAN SOBOL SHAPIRO LLP EEI’s ANNUAL SEC ENFORCEMENT INSTITUTE Effective Compliance Strategies in an Era of Stepped-Up Enforcement! May 22-23, 2007 • New York June 27-28, 2007 • Chicago Reed R. Kathrein 19 years sued corporations for securities fraud 1994 – 2004 Partner and founder of San Francisco office of Milberg Weiss 2007 Partner and founder of San Francisco Office of Hagens Berman Background Between 140 and 170 companies have been investigated over the last year for options backdating. Estimates are that the scandal is costing public ...
It seems that every other week, we're all hearing about the current nonsense of stock options backdating that executives and not-so-creative accountants used in the dire days of the 2001-2003 market downturn to ensure the liquidity of most executives, which mostly sits in stock. This did not sit well with the investors who support their companies. How nice. Even Apple's Steve Jobs, hailed as the savior of all-things-media these days, is not immune to the stock options backdating scandals that rock so many public companies these days. Graef Crystal over at Bloomberg goes so far as ... Read More
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