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James A. Kidney

Trial Attorney

Securities and Exchange Commission

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Securities and Exchange Commission

100 F St. NE

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20549

United States

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DERA was created in September 2009 to integrate financial economics and rigorous data analytics into the core mission of the SEC. The division is involved across the entire range of SEC activities, including policy-making, rulemaking, enforcement, and examinat...more

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Rick Ungar Gives Barry Ritholtz a Lesson in the Law

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2014: James Kidney, Retired SEC Lawyer, Exposes "Tentative and Fearful" Regulator
At SEC attorney James Kidney's retirement party in April, 2014, he revealed how timid the SEC was in such matters. Kidney wanted the SEC to go up the chain of command and sue Tourre's boss. Kidney said some high profile names among his bosses made no secret they were at the SEC to punch their tickets.


Financial Leadership: Dividing Supporters, Uniting Critics

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For example, on April 7, 2014, Robert Schmidt at Bloomberg News reported on James Kidney's remarks upon his retirement as a litigator for the Securities and Exchange Commission:


Four Other Lawyer Whistleblowers are Essential at the Carmen Segarra Senate Witness Table

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James A. Kidney, Former SEC Trial Attorney
James A. Kidney, Former SEC Trial Attorney On March 27 of this year, a 28-year legal veteran at the SEC, James Kidney, used the occasion of his retirement party to deliver a blistering assessment of the regulatory capture at this key Wall Street watchdog. Kidney castigated upper management at the SEC for policing "the broken windows on the street level" while ignoring the "penthouse floors. Kidney further noted that "On the rare occasions when Enforcement does go to the penthouse, good manners are paramount. Kidney correctly characterized the demoralization of his legal peers at the SEC and its revolving door to Wall Street, stating that the best and brightest "see no place to go in the agency and eventually decide they are just going to get their own ticket to a law firm or corporate job punched. (Retirement Remarks of SEC Attorney, James Kidney (Full Text).) The American Lawyer published excerpts from 2,000 pages of documents it had obtained from the SEC under a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, which revealed that Kidney had pushed the SEC to investigate higher ups in the Goldman Sachs Abacus 2007-AC1 investment scam. In other words, except for the nature of the scam, James Kidney is telling the very same story about his experience attempting to regulate Goldman Sachs as Segarra is now revealing about Goldman Sachs and the New York Fed - with tapes to back it up.


Meet Your Newest Legislator: Citigroup

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Former SEC Attorney, James Kidney, Speaks Out on Court's Insider Trading Bombshell
Former SEC Attorney, James Kidney, Speaks Out on Court's Insider Trading Bombshell


Please Mr. President, No More Northeast Defense Lawyers on the SEC

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By James A. Kidney: June 18, 2015
James A. Kidney, Former SEC Trial Attorney James A. Kidney, Former SEC Trial Attorney Mr. Kidney was a trial attorney at the Washington office of the SEC for 25 years before retiring in 2014.


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