Benjamin Y. Kaufman is a partner at Wolf Haldenstein. He graduated from Yeshiva University (B.A. 1985), and Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (J.D. 1988) and Stern School of Business at New York University (M.B.A , Finance 1999). His practice areas include: U.S. Securities Litigation, Derivative Litigation, Corporate Takeover Litigation, Business Disputes, ADR & Arbitration, and False Claims Act. His bar admissions are: State of New York, State of New Jersey (inactive), U.S. Supreme Court, Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, Southern District, New York, Eastern District, New York, Northern District, and New York District of New Jersey District of Colorado.
Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP
Europe Comes to Terms With Market Manipulation; the SEC and the American Media Bury Heads in the Sand
DeepCapture, 21 May 2010
Well, the current state of the global financial markets is certainly interesting. I mean, you have to be a bit sick in the head, but if you think about it the right way, it really is “interesting” — sort of like, oo-wee, look, the girl in the cute leotard is falling off the tightrope, there’s no net, and she’s going to go “splat” when she hits that pavement. How interesting! And check it out, the circus animals have gone berserk — the tigers are tearing the trainer into bloody shreds, the elephants are stampeding, the tent might very well collapse, maybe we’re doomed, and look at those clowns – they’re still smiling. How deliciously interesting!
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