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MADOFF: THE LIABILITY OF THE SEC, FINRA,LARGE BANKS AND FUNDS, AND ACCOUNTANTS

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MADOFF: THE LIABILITY OF THE SEC, FINRA,

LARGE BANKS AND FUNDS, AND ACCOUNTANTS

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June 18, 2010

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PART II.

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Having discussed the liability of the SEC for negligence in Part I of this post, this Part II shall discuss issues relating to the liability of FINRA, large banks and funds, and certain accountants.

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