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Commodity Exchange Act: Key Decisions from 2018 and Enforcement Trends to Monitor in 2019

2018 was an interesting year for market participants subject to the Commodity Exchange Act ("CEA"), with federal appellate courts issuing three noteworthy decisions involving claims under the CEA. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission ("CFTC") also issued public statements in 2018 expressing new (or at least renewed) interest in insider trading and market manipulation.

This Jones Day White Paper reviews significant 2018 developments regarding CEA claims and identifies issues and trends to monitor in 2019.

Read the full White Paper.

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