Indicted Insys Founder Pleads Not Guilty, Asks Judge to Remove Monitoring Cuff
Dr. John Kapoor, the owner of Insys Therapeutics Inc., maker of a potent opioid medication, pleaded not guilty to federal bribery and racketeering charges on Thursday and asked the magistrate judge to remove his electronic monitoring bracelet.
In recent years, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has prioritized the regulation, monitoring, and enforcement of cybersecurity activities. On Sept, 25, the SEC reinforced its commitment to cybersecurity when the Enforcement Division announced the formation of a “Cyber Unit” that will target cyber-related misconduct affecting the securities markets.
A minority of states, including New Jersey, apply a varying set of “relaxed” principles to the admissibility of expert testimony, rather than using the "Daubert" standard. Perhaps that is about to change.
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