Lawyer duo accused of insider trading set for court date
The two lawyers charged with insider trading by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) have been committed to stand trial in Southwark Crown Court after a hearing in Westminster yesterday (22 September). The contested hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court saw district judge Caroline Tubbs remand former Dorsey & Whitney corporate partner Andrew Rimmington and former McDermott Will & Emery corporate partner Michael McFall on unconditional bail to appear at Southwark on 28 October. Peter King, the former financial director of Neutec Pharma, has also been remanded until the same date.
The two lawyers charged with insider trading by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) have been committed to stand trial in Southwark Crown Court after a hearing in Westminster yesterday (22 September).
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