Kristina Leigh Copeland is a founder, CEO and Chief Visionary Officer of h2o-420, a company offering HEMP-infused, alcohol free lifestyle beverages. Kristina is also the CEO & Founder of Black Night Films, formerly Brown Saddle Films, a documentary film and TV production company dedicated to exploring subjects with global impact.
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Israeli Intelligence Firm Used By Harvey Weinstein Resurfaces In Toronto Suit
Jacquie McNish, Rob Copeland
Wall Street Journal, 15 November 2017
West Face Capital Inc. filed a motion with an Ontario court Wednesday seeking an order to stop Israeli intelligence firm Black Cube from continuing alleged attempts to covertly obtain confidential information from the Toronto firm’s former and current employees.
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Steven Cohen and SAC reach $135m insider-trading settlement
Rob Copeland, The Wall Street Journal, 01 December 2016
Billionaire Steven A. Cohen and his former hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors agreed to a $135 million class-action settlement on November 30, bringing legal costs tied to SAC-related insider-trading cases close to $2 billion. Continue reading “Article: Steven Cohen and SAC reach $135m insider-trading settlement”
‘Naked short selling’ probed in new documentary
ctpost, 12 April 2012
Years before the financial collapse of 2008, Greenwich writer-director Kristina Leigh Copeland was digging into Wall Street irregularities that she believed could have a devastating impact on the economy.
Along the way, however, her fictional screenplay, “Blue Chip,” evolved into the new documentary “Wall Street Conspiracy,” which Copeland sees as the first in a series of muckraking nonfiction movies about issues with global impact.