Former Mayer Brown partner Joseph Collins, already sentenced to seven years in prison, has settled final charges with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The judgment against Collins, to which he consented without admitting or denying SEC allegations, doesn’t have much sting. He’s simply enjoined from violating Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. The rule bars the use of manipulative and deceptive practices in the purchase or sale of securities.

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