Architect of Morrison v. NAB Takes on Feds in Amicus Brief for NYC Bar

, The Litigation Daily


Wachtell's George Conway III has been cataloguing the reverberations of Morrison v. National Australia Bank ever since he successfully argued the case at Supreme Court in 2010, persuading the court to rein in the extraterritorial reach of U.S. securities law. Now Conway is looking to ensure that Morrison's effects also extend to criminal conduct--an area where the ruling has butted up against a much older Supreme Court decision.

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