Market Manipulation Defense Lawyers David McGill and Benjamin Sauter Offer Insight on How To Combat Government Allegations

February 13, 2018

Publication: Bloomberg Law

Defending spoofing allegations in futures cases presents lawyers and traders alike with myriad difficulties — including unfamiliarity among judges and jurors about the nuances of the futures market and lack of ample precedent. Government enforcement defense lawyers David McGill and Benjamin Sauter offer insight on how to formulate a data-driven defense strategy.

The Bloomberg Law article, “The Blackest Box:  How the Government Tries to Squeeze Algorithmic Traders in Spoofing Cases and Ways to Break Free,” can be read here.