(Allegedly) rigging the London Interbank Offered Rate doesn't leave a lot of time left over for coming up with creative nicknames for your co-workers, but next time let's try to do a little better.
These are the things you forget to think about when you're harassing an underling and subsequently writing on the internet that she's a prostitute.
"Mess this up and sleep with one eye open at night."
Three years after Fabrice Touree was sued by the Securities and Exchange Commission for allegedly misleading investors, the (soon-to-be) Dr. of Economics and Love will go to trial, assuming finals don't pose a conflict. U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest in Manhattan set the July 15 trial date at the end of a hearing in which an SEC lawyer argued that she should reinstate some claims against Tourre that another judge dismissed earlier in the case. Last year, U.S. District Judge Barbara Jones threw out some of the SEC’s claims after Tourre argued that he couldn’t be held liable under U.S. securities law for transactions that occurred outside the country. The SEC argued today that the claims should be reinstated because of a recent appeals court ruling that applied a broader definition of “domestic securities transaction” than the one used by Jones. Tourre’s case was assigned to Forrest last week. Tourre, 33, who is studying for a Ph.D. in economics at the University of Chicago, wasn’t present in the courtroom today. His lawyer, Pamela Chepiga, told Forrest that she will check with her client to make sure there is no conflict between his exams and the trial date. Goldman Sachs’s Tourre Gets July 15 Trial Date [Bloomberg]