Supreme Court

The highest court in the land has no time—at least not yet—to hear why Argentina’s president thinks she shouldn’t have to pay her country’s bills. Instead, the Supremes will entertain themselves with the endlessly-amusing R. Allen Stanford story, and whether or not people who lost money with him can sue people who are not him. Read more »

Lloyd Blankfein is getting no help from on high with regard to a mortgage-backed securities class-action lawsuit. Read more »

  • 09 Jan 2013 at 5:10 PM

Supremes Set To Smack SEC on Statutes of Limitations

Things aren’t going well for you when you find yourself at the receiving end of sharp words from both Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Well, that’s where the SEC finds itself in its effort to read a five-year statute of limitations creatively. Read more »