Georgetown's Thompson Discusses Rajaratnam Conviction

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May 11 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Thompson, a professor of business law at Georgetown University Law Center, talks about the government's case against Raj Rajaratnam, the hedge-fund tycoon and Galleon Group LLC co-founder who was found guilty of all 14 counts against him in the largest illegal stock-tipping case in a generation. Thompson, speaking with Tom Keene on Bloomberg Television's "Surveillance Midday," also discusses ramifications of the Rajaratnam conviction for Wall Street. (Source: Bloomberg)

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