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Closing arguments in the trial US v Thakkar took place Monday in a long morning for the jury, lasting about three hours. After the charge of conspiracy to spoof was dismissed by Judge Gettleman last week, Jitesh Thakkar still faces two charges of aiding and abetting the commission of a crime, for two separate occasions, February 25 and March 8, 2013.   
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[http://johnlothiannews.com/a-computer-guy-from-naperville-closing-arguments-in-us-v-thakkar/ Read More]
  
 
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Revision as of 11:51, 10 April 2019

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Renato Mariotti
Occupation Partner
Employer Thompson Coburn LLP
Location Chicago, IL

Renato Mariotti is an attorney who is a partner at Thompson Coburn LLP.

A former federal prosecutor, Mariotti currently represents a diverse group of clients in many types of high-stakes litigation, including securities class actions, derivative-related claims, and cybertheft.

Before joining Thompson Coburn, he was a federal prosecutor in the Securities and Commodities Fraud Section of the United States Attorney's Office. In that role, Mariotti was best known as the lead prosecutor in United States v. Coscia, the nation's first federal prosecution of a high-frequency trader for order entry and the first prosecution nationwide under the anti-spoofing provision of the Dodd-Frank Act.

He has also successfully defended the constitutionality of the spoofing and commodity fraud statutes. [1]

Background

John Lothian News Articles

A “Computer Guy From Naperville”: Closing Arguments in US v Thakkar

Closing arguments in the trial US v Thakkar took place Monday in a long morning for the jury, lasting about three hours. After the charge of conspiracy to spoof was dismissed by Judge Gettleman last week, Jitesh Thakkar still faces two charges of aiding and abetting the commission of a crime, for two separate occasions, February 25 and March 8, 2013.   

Read More

References

  1. Renato Mariotti. Thompson Coburn.