Dirks vs. SEC(redirected from Dirks v SEC)
Dirks vs. SEC
A U.S. Supreme Court case holding that one who receives inside information may be in violation of insider trading laws if he/she believes the person who revealed the information had a duty to keep it a secret. The case was decided in 1984. See also: Constructive insider.
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