The Washington Post has an article on an unusual effort by three former high-ranking SEC officials to file a post-deadline amicus brief in the Stoneridge (a.k.a. Charter Communications) case. The request evidently is being made in response to the Solicitor General’s decision not to file a brief in support of the investor plaintiffs. Professor Arthur Miller, who recently argued the Tellabs case before the U.S. Supreme Court, is representing the officials.
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