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DOJ Obtains Mixed Verdicts in Spoofing Case

DOJ Obtains Mixed Verdicts in Spoofing Case

A COVID-19 depleted jury returned unanimous verdicts for each of the 17 counts in the criminal spoofing case brought against two former Deutsche Bank traders, James Vorley and Cedric Chanu. The decisions by the eleven jurors were announced late on Friday afternoon at...

USA v Vorley and Chanu: DOJ Looking For Conviction Against Spoofers

USA v Vorley and Chanu: DOJ Looking For Conviction Against Spoofers

On Tuesday, the defense finished cross examining the FBI special agent, the prosecution rested its case, defense declined to offer witnesses, prosecution made its closing arguments, defense made its closing arguments, Judge Tharp instructed the jury and the jury began deliberating the fates of James Vorley and Cedric Chanu. 

Spoofing Is Not Just Bluffing:  No Zero-Sum Game in Trading

Spoofing Is Not Just Bluffing: No Zero-Sum Game in Trading

Stepping away from the increasingly settled legal issues around spoofing, we see that business ethicists are also addressing the moral and economic dimensions of spoofing. When we spoke to market participants and experts, defendants of spoofing often analogized it to other trading practices or strategies that are admittedly deceptive. 

Sarao Sentenced to Home Detention

Sarao Sentenced to Home Detention

Navinder Singh Sarao escaped possible detention in a U.S. prison for anywhere from 78 to 97 months when he was sentenced yesterday in Chicago to one year of detention to be served at his parents’ home in Hounslow, west London. The term of the sentence begins today.      

Life and Times of Navinder Sarao

Life and Times of Navinder Sarao

Navinder Sarao pleaded guilty to roughly $13 million worth of spoofing on his first visit to the United States in November 2016. Wearing leg irons and an orange prison jumpsuit in a Chicago federal court, Sarao was freed on bail pending final sentencing, which occurs today, January 28, 2020. 

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