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Posts Categorized: In re: Interest Rate Swaps Antitrust Litigation

Posted: August 6, 2018

SEF Scuttling? Alleged Manipulation of the Interest Rate Swap Market through Torpedoing of All-To-All Platforms and SEF Marketplaces

Interest rate swaps (IRS) are a frequently traded instruments known for their ability to reduce or increase one’s exposure to changes in interest rates. Buy-side funds and firms historically have been reliant on the major sell-side broker-dealer banks like Bank of America to purchase and sell IRS. However according to a number of actions MDL’d… Read more »

Posted: June 20, 2018

Stock Loan Lowdown, Part Two: To Dismiss or Not to Dismiss?

“To dismiss or not to dismiss” is the question that Judge Failla presently mulls, and will likely continue to do for the coming weeks. Or months? Anticipation is running high here at the Manipulation Monitor, so let’s hope it is not a question of years. For those of you who may be wondering what, exactly,… Read more »

Posted: May 2, 2018

Welcome to Schlam Stone and Dolan LLP’s Newest Blog, The Manipulation Monitor: A Guide to Financial Market Manipulation Antitrust Litigation

Welcome to Schlam Stone and Dolan LLP’s newest blog, The Manipulation Monitor: A Guide to Financial Market Manipulation Antitrust Litigation. What Will We Be Writing About In the Manipulation Monitor, we will discuss developments in antitrust and other competition law litigation relating to the financial services industry. If you read our Commercial Division Blog (and…