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The reverberations from what prosecutors have dubbed the "biggest insider trading case in a generation,"1 the prosecution of Galleon founder Raj Rajaratnam, have continued far beyond his arrest in 2009 and subsequent conviction in May 2011. Much has been written concerning the breadth and success of the government’s recent Galleon-related insider trading investigations and prosecutions, the innovative tactics used in some of those investigations, and the decisions that the government has made regarding what type of proceeding to use, and what charges to bring, in pursuing those cases. Now that a number of cases have gone to trial and resulted in convictions, this article will review how decisions by courts in both criminal and civil cases have clarified or modified the parameters of insider trading liability. This article will also highlight some of the key issues that are likely to be litigated at the appellate level as these cases move from the Southern District of New York to the Second Circuit.

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