Melissa Mahler, a former Nixon Peabody lawyer, has reached a financial settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission to resolve the federal insider trading case filed against her last year.

Under the terms of the settlement, Mahler does not have to admit or deny the allegations lodged against her in exchange for paying back the $5,800 she made off the illegal trade, interest on that amount and additional penalties.

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