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by Vault Law Editors | May 11, 2011

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Raj Rajaratnam—founder of Galleon Group—has been convicted of insider trading. He was convicted on all 14 counts, which included 9 counts of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and 5 counts of securities fraud. Rajaratnam—who was represented by BigLaw firm Akin Gump—will appeal. Check out Vault's Finance blog for more information and past coverage of the trial.

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