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Stanley Sporkin spent two decades at the SEC from the early 1960s to the early 1980s, building the capacity of its enforcement division as its director.
Some notable critics--Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis, the SEC's enforcement chief Stanley Sporkin, federal prosecutor and later trial judge Jed Rakoff--were exceptions.
I want to look at bigger companies, and not only bigger companies, but lawyers and accountants who aid them." The mantle is picked up by Stanley Sporkin. Morgenthau's a Democrat.
BY JUDGE STANLEY SPORKIN, Judge Stanley Sporkin served as a United States District Court Judge for the District of Columbia for 14 years.
See generally Judge Stanley Sporkin, The Worldwide Banning of Schmiergeld: A Look at the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act on its Twentieth Birthday, 18 NW.
First, partly in response to the mid1980s administrative efforts to hold down home health costs, in 1988 Federal Judge Stanley Sporkin ruled in Duggan v.
Interestingly enough, there is a very analogous precedent for this in the corporate world, initiated by Stanley Sporkin when he was head of the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC's) enforcement division in the early 1970s.
Judge Stanley Sporkin, of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, held that the tax provisions were constitutionally sufficient in their aim to support the government's goal of withdrawing former tax subsidies for lobbying.
US -- District Court Judge Stanley Sporkin has ordered the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) to reassess its 1997 decision not to list Alaska's Queen Charlotte subspecies of goshawk as endangered.
Lowell Jensen, now a federal judge in Oakland; and Stanley Sporkin, a federal judge in Washington-knew before or immediately after the Houston trial that the CIA's affidavit was false.
By the early 1990s, federal district court judges such as Jose Cabranes in Connecticut, Stanley Sporkin in the District of Columbia, and Jack B.