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LOS ANGELES � Randall R. Lee, the regional director of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Los Angeles Regional Office, announced yesterday he would resign at the end of June after more than five years at the top post. Lee was appointed regional director of the SEC office in December 2001. The office covers the SEC’s enforcement and examination efforts in California, Arizona, Nevada, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska. During his tenure, Lee handled several high-profile cases against companies and executives, such as those at Tenet Healthcare Corp., the former Homestore Inc., Gateway Computers (now Gateway Inc.) and Global Crossing. One of his most notable cases was against Gemstar-TV Guide International Inc., its auditor, KPMG, and several of its former executives, including former chief executive Henry Yuen, who received a $22 million judgment against him. He also brought the SEC’s first case against a municipality regarding pension fund issues in an action against the City of San Diego. Lee, who did not announce future career plans, expects “to explore opportunities in the private sector,” according to an SEC press release. Before joining the SEC, Lee was a federal prosecutor and the deputy chief in the major frauds section of the criminal division in Los Angeles from 1994 to 2001. Prior to that, he was at Munger, Tolles & Olson in Los Angeles.

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