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Coates v. Securities and Exchange Commission

U.S.
Apr 21, 1969
394 U.S. 976 (1969)

Summary

considering the existence of a private cause of action for investors misled by company misrepresentations as to the presence of mineral reserves without any suggestion that investors should have made their own geological investigations

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Opinion

No. 897.

April 21, 1969.


C.A. 2d Cir. Certiorari denied. Albert R. Connelly, Gordon Gooch, and Donald Strauber for petitioner in No. 897, and Orison S. Marden for petitioner in No. 937. Solicitor General Griswold, Philip A. Loomis, Jr., David Ferber, and Donald M. Feuerstein for respondent in both cases. Reported below: 401 F. 2d 833.


Summaries of

Coates v. Securities and Exchange Commission

U.S.
Apr 21, 1969
394 U.S. 976 (1969)

considering the existence of a private cause of action for investors misled by company misrepresentations as to the presence of mineral reserves without any suggestion that investors should have made their own geological investigations

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stating that the substantial evidence formula for review "is not like a standard of weights and measures"

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articulating "disclose or abstain" rule prohibiting trading on inside information

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noting that directors and officers are insiders for Rule 10 (b)-5 purposes

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noting that "findings may be clearly erroneous without being unreasonable so as to be upset under the substantial-evidence rule"

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Case details for

Coates v. Securities and Exchange Commission

Case Details

Full title:COATES v. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

Court:U.S.

Date published: Apr 21, 1969

Citations

394 U.S. 976 (1969)

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