The Securities and Exchange Commission suffered a setback last week in its efforts to prosecute individuals for insider trading after a judge dismissed the charges on a case from 2001.

U.S. District Court Judge Graham Mullen dismissed insider trading charges by the SEC against John F. Mangan Jr., founder and former partner of Charlotte money management firm Mangan and McColl Partners LLC.

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