Chiarella vs. U.S.(redirected from Chiarella vs. United States)
Chiarella vs. U.S.
A U.S. Supreme Court case holding that an employee of a company handling takeover bids who infers the names of the target companies using nonpublic information and buys or sells stock in them has not violated insider trading law. However, the employee may not reveal to anyone the names of the target companies. The case was decided in 1980.