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Strong v. Repide
A U.S. Supreme Court case holding that a member of the board of directors of a publicly-traded company may not buy or sell shares while keeping the counterparty ignorant of the fact that he/she has nonpublic information on which the company's share price depends. The case was decided in 1909.
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