Was William Uchimoto unfairly blindsided by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission?

Uchimoto certainly thinks so. The SEC sued the former big-firm partner and five other individuals in September, accusing Uchimoto of defrauding regulators when he helped obtain Nasdaq stock market listings for two Chinese companies through so-called reverse triangular mergers.

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