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Partner Michael Rosensaft Discusses Insider Trading Evidence With Law360

Firm News | April 10, 2014

Michael Rosensaft, a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice, spoke with Law360 regarding the roles digital communications typically play in insider trading cases. An increased desire from consumers to minimize their digital footprints may create a market for apps that permanently delete text messages, an innovation that could potentially limit evidence in certain cases, at least in the short term. As Michael says, “In almost every notable insider trading case, emails and text messages play a pretty large part. Without exception [prosecutors] subpoena the defendants’ emails and text messages.” (“Cuban’s New Cyber Dust App Unlikely to Rattle SEC,” April 9, 2014)

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