I am forwarding the following link to a Woodruff Sawyer post by Priya Cherian Huskins discussing Lorenzo v. Securities and Exchange Commission and the application of the securities anti-fraud law provisions to a defendant who arguably only passed along misleading information and was not the “maker” of the misleading information. This post also is somewhat of a test as I am posting it from my Samsung phone. David Tate
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