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Ex-Apple Lawyer Calls Insider Charges Unconstitutional

  • Former in-house counsel says he didn’t violate criminal laws
  • Insider trading definition divined by judges, lawyer argues
Gene Daniel Levoff and his lawyer Kevin Marino, right, exit from federal court in Newark, New Jersey in 2019. 

Gene Daniel Levoff and his lawyer Kevin Marino, right, exit from federal court in Newark, New Jersey in 2019. 

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A former Apple Inc. in-house attorney says his insider-trading prosecution is unconstitutional because no specific criminal law bars such conduct.