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No Veil-Piercing for Stock Trading Fraud (access required)

In the Securities and Exchange Commission’s complaint that defendants’ “Teach Me to Trade” training programs carried out a scheme to dupe inexperienced investors into buying seminar packages and trading stocks, the Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses the SEC’s claim for piercing the corporate veil to hold two individual defendants liable, but says the SEC can ...

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