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‘No Evidence’ Rajaratnam Led Others in Crimes, Fund Manager’s Lawyers Say

Attorneys seeking to minimize the sentence for convicted Galleon Group co-founder Raj Rajaratnam disputed the prosecution’s argument that he should serve more time because he directed others in a criminal conspiracy. (view story)

Rajaratnam Judge Asks to Review Jiau Sentencing Report Ahead of Decision

The judge who will decide the fate of convicted Galleon founder Raj Rajaratnam has asked to review the presentence report of one of his alleged insider trading co-conspirators, Winifred Jiau. (view story)

Rajaratnam Co-Conspirator Receives $34.5M Fine

A Moody’s Investor Service analyst accused of funneling inside information to Galleon founder Raj Rajaratnam has been ordered to pay a steep fine by a federal judge. (view story)

Rajaratnam Seeks Sentence ‘Substantially Below’ Guideline

Galleon Group CIO Raj Rajaratnam threw himself on the mercy of the court in the sentencing phase of his insider trading trial. (view story)

Rajaratnam seeks to throw out guilty verdict

The legal team representing Raj Rajaratnam is asking a judge to throw out the Galleon Group founder’s insider trading conviction. (view story)

Rajaratnam convicted on all insider trading charges

The biggest insider trading trial in decades culminated with a New York jury finding Galleon Founder Raj Rajaratnam guilty on 14 counts. (view story)