Tag: Securities Law


SEC Charges Three in Digital Asset Frauds

he Securities and Exchange Commission today charged three individuals with defrauding hundreds of retail investors out of more than $11 million through two fraudulent and unregistered digital asset securities offerings. According to the SEC’s complaint, filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, from approximately December […]


Gamestop Investigations?

 By now, all of our readers are aware of the dramatic rise in Gamestop’s stock, after a short squeeze generated by the retail investors from Reddit. The question I am hearing most now, is, will the SEC do something about it. Interesting question – but I have to answer with […]


Can Robinhood Stop Trading in A Particular Stock?

In the aftermath of the run-up in the price of Gamestop (GME) Robinhood removed GME from its trading platform. Yes, Robinhood simply removed a publicly traded security from its platform, preventing its users from buying, and presumably selling, the security. While Robinhood claims that it has the right to do […]