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SDNY Takes New Tone on Judicial Assignment in Insider Trading Case

, New York Law Journal

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Jonathan Bach and Reed A. Smith write that a high-profile insider trading prosecution, currently pending in the Southern District of New York, has yielded the first indications that the tide may have turned against a questionable prosecutorial practice of using superseding indictments to channel certain criminal cases around the district's system of random judicial assignment.

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