Recent Decision Holds That Hedge Fund Managers Have Some Recourse Against Firm Employees That Engage in Insider Trading and Deceive Their Employers Pursuant to the Mandatory Victims Restitution Act

Hedge fund managers compensate their employees for services rendered with the expectation that such services will be rendered with competence, integrity and honesty.  However, when employees fail to live up to these expectations, do hedge fund managers have any recourse?  For example, may managers claw back compensation paid to such employees and recoup costs incurred in investigating and defending against securities fraud claims?  A recent decision by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York suggests that, yes, hedge fund managers may in fact have some recourse against rogue employees.

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