Insider trading and the public interest power
|Area||Corporate Finance and Securities, White Collar Risk Management and Investigations|
Article originally published in the Canadian Lawyer Magazine, November / December, 2012
Excerpt from "Insider trading and the public interest power":
There is a scene in Fiddler on the Roof where Tevye, the lead character, is asked to settle an argument and concludes both parties are right. When challenged by another person (we can call him the amicus curiae) that both sides to the argument can't be right, Tevye says something like, "You know what? You're also right."