A federal judge Thursday froze profits held in U.S. brokerage accounts that government officials believe were generated by insider information related to GlaxoSmithKline’s Oct. 9 $566 million purchase of CNS Inc., the maker of Breathe-Right nasal strips.

The Securities and Exchange Commission requested the freeze last week after discovering five separate call option contracts on the common stock of CNS placed by unidentified individuals.

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