'Neither Admit nor Deny' Lives on at SEC, Even for Felons
The Securities and Exchange Commission made a big fuss last year when it changed the settlement language it uses for defendants convicted of crimes in parallel proceedings. The New York Times called this "a fundamental policy shift." Looking back, it turns out the changes were purely cosmetic.
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