July 17, 2007

Late Arrivals

The Washington Post has an article on an unusual effort by three former high-ranking SEC officials to file a post-deadline amicus brief in the Stoneridge (a.k.a. Charter Communications) case. The request evidently is being made in response to the Solicitor General's decision not to file a brief in support of the investor plaintiffs. Professor Arthur Miller, who recently argued the Tellabs case before the U.S. Supreme Court, is representing the officials.

Posted by Lyle Roberts at July 17, 2007 6:51 PM | TrackBack
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