Spitzer vs. Grasso: Unchartered Waters
Lawyers aren't exactly known for their creativity. But Eliot Spitzer is not a typical attorney. Ignoring traditional regulatory boundaries, the politically ambitious New York attorney general has turned a little-known state statute, the Martin Act, into a surprisingly powerful tool for policing analysts, investment bankers, and mutual-fund managers.
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