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First Spoofing Conviction To Fuel More Prosecutions, Law360

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

The landmark conviction Tuesday of a high-speed trader accused of making and canceling huge numbers of orders for commodities futures — the first of its kind since the Dodd-Frank Act outlawed the market-manipulation practice known as spoofing — will likely persuade prosecutors and civil plaintiffs that there's fertile hunting ground in the futures markets.

Partner David Miller is quoted regarding the matter.

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