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Martin Act Does Not Preclude a Private Litigant from Bringing a Non-Fraud Common-Law Cause of Action

22 December 2011

The New York Court of Appeals has held that New York's Martin Act, created in 1921 and granting broad discretionary powers to the Attorney General for fighting financial fraud, does not preclude private investors from bringing lawsuits based on common-law securities torts claims.



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