SEC Judge Dismisses Late-Trading Case Against Former J.B. Oxford Lawyer

A Securities and Exchange Commission administrative law judge has dismissed charges against Scott G. Monson, the former general counsel for J.B. Oxford, for allegedly enabling late trading. The SEC had charged Monson with approving more than 12,000 late trades in 600 funds between June 2002 and September 2003.

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