As Hearing Looms, One SEC Conflict of Interest Probe Leads to Another

, Corporate Counsel

Does this EVER end? Members of Congress probing alleged conflicts of interest by the SEC's former general counsel are now expressing concern about potential conflicts of interest in the SEC's response to their investigation.
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