Karl Groskaufmanis is quoted in <em>The New York Times</em> regarding the increase in insider trading cases involving husbands and wives.

Karl Groskaufmanis is quoted in The New York Times regarding the increase in insider trading cases involving husbands and wives.

In an August 24, 2007 New York Times article, “Rise in Insider-Trading Cases Shows the Perils of Pillow Talk,” Karl Groskaufmanis is quoted regarding the increase in insider trading cases involving husbands and wives. In response to charges filed against a couple who recently made an $8 million profit, Groskaufmanis says that “even if you made only $10,000, if they are presented with the right substantive facts, it can be a perfectly fine case for the S.E.C. to bring. They want that deterrent effect.” Article also appeared in the National Post and the International Herald Tribune.

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