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Welcome to The GEE Blog

Trace Schmeltz

Trace Schmeltz

Financial and Regulatory Litigation Group Co-Chair, Fintech Co-Chair

Do you ever want to know what the government is doing and why? Interested in knowing why that manufacturing plant down the street seems to be doing the same things you are without any intervention by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)? Whether or not you are subject to liability for how you coded your Medicare reimbursement request—even if it was an honest human error? Why the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a subpoena to you for your profitable trading? The Government Enforcement Exposed Blog (“The GEE Blog”) could be the forum for you! The GEE Blog aims to give you the “who, what, when, where and why” of government (or the “G”) enforcement. Our lawyers regularly try cases against the government, both civilly and criminally, so we have our “fingers on the pulse” of government enforcement. In The GEE, we will let you know what we observe, what concerns us, what interests us, and, occasionally, what we find humorous about the G’s enforcement efforts.


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March 30, 2022 | Environmental, Enforcement, The GEE Blog, SEC

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January 26, 2022 | Environmental, The GEE Blog

SEC Proposes Amendments to the Requirements of Rule 10b5-1 Trading Plans

December 22, 2021 | The GEE Blog, SEC, Financial Regulation, Insider Trading


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