Monthly Archives: February 2016

Billions: Regulatory Enforcement Negotiations

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Episode 6 of Showtime’s Billions leads up to a powerful scene where Axe and Rhoades finally go head-to-head. This blog will explore what you can expect to really happen in negotiations with an enforcement team if a similar situation were to occur.

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Billions: Real-Life Applications of Scenarios Depicted on the Show – Recusal

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In this week’s Billions episode entitled, The Good Life, U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades is ready to go after Axe Capital. We are taking a look at how that transpires despite a conflict of interest and lack of recusal.

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Billions: Real-Life Applications of Scenarios Depicted on the Show – Market Manipulation

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This week we continue to examine the legal regulatory issues depicted in SHOWTIME’s series Billions, which is based on hedge-fund titan Bobby “Axe” Axelrod and his dynamic interactions with U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades. This week’s blog covers market manipulation from Episode 4, “Short Squeeze.”

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Billions: Real-Life Applications of Scenarios Depicted on the Show – Ep 3.

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JLG continues to explore the legal regulatory issues as presented in SHOWTIME’s new series Billions, which is based on hedge-fund titan Bobby “Axe” Axelrod and his dynamic interactions with U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades. This week’s blog covers Insider Trading from Episode 3, “YumTime.” Continue reading

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