Rule 10-b-5 – SEC Enforcement Lawyers

Rule 10-b-5 - SEC Enforcement Lawyers

SEC Rule 10b-5 is the primary anti-fraud provision of the federal securities laws. It was adopted pursuant to Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (“1934 Act”), as amended and is the primary rule used in securities fraud cases. Violations of SEC Rule 10b-5 can result in SEC civil actions and can also be the basis for criminal charges by the Justice Department