Insider trading litigation remains a significant issue for public companies and their executives, board members, and other company insiders. Cornerstone Research has worked on many civil and criminal cases involving insider trading charges, assessing issues such as the materiality of nonpublic information, individual defendants’ patterns of trading behavior and liquidity or diversification needs, and the economic benefit from alleged insider trading activity compared to the benefit that would be received in an alternate trading scenario.

Information Materiality

Defendant’s Trading Behavior

Economic Benefit of the Trading Activity

Government Investigation