Conviction Will Embolden U.S. to Target Wall Street, Experts Say

, New York Law Journal

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Legal observers contacted after the verdict against Rajat Gupta on June 15 were particularly impressed that the conviction achieved by the Southern District U.S. Attorney's office was based entirely on circumstantial evidence.

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  • Laser Haas

    What will "embolden" U.S. to target more Wall Street white collar frauds are "more" prosecutions of white collar frauds. For nearly a decade, those on Wall Street were considered Too Big to Jail. Now, those who were previously protected - including wayward attorneys - are now being prosecuted (as they should be) for their bad faith acts; which are destroying our country. Especially destroying the integrity for which we "use" to stand. http://www.startribune.com/business/158560485.html

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