SEC v. Obus: A Case Study on Taking the Government to Trial and Winning

November 20, 2014

Gibson Dunn partner Joel M. Cohen and associates Mary Kay Dunning, Darcy Harris and Genevieve Quinn are the authors of the following article published in a recent issue of the Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation.  The team, who represented Nelson Obus in SEC v. Obus — the longest known insider trading case — discuss their litigation strategy during the 13-year battle that resulted in a unanimous jury verdict in favor of Mr. Obus and his co-defendants.   

SEC v. Obus:  A Case Study on Taking the Government to Trial and Winning  (click on link)

Joel M. Cohen, a former federal prosecutor, and Mary Kay Dunning, Darcy Harris and Genevieve Quinn are based in Gibson Dunn’s New York office, where they practice in the White Collar Defense and Investigations, Securities Enforcement and Securities Litigation Practice Groups.   

¬© 2014, Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation, Vol. 47, No. 19, November 5, 2014.  Reprinted with permission from RSCR Publications LLC.