Apple lawyer charged in insider trading case released on $500,000 bond

“A former Apple Inc. lawyer was released on a $500,000 bond after entering a not-guilty plea to insider-trading charges,” Chris Dolmetsch reports for Bloomberg.

“Gene Daniel Levoff appeared in federal court in Newark, New Jersey, on Wednesday, a week after prosecutors said he had traded on confidential revenue and earnings filings since 2011,” Dolmetsch reports. “In setting the bond, U.S. Magistrate Judge Steven C. Mannion noted that Levoff had traveled extensively and held ‘“extensive assets.'”

“Apple fired Levoff in September after placing him on leave two months earlier, according to a filing in a related lawsuit by the Securities and Exchange Commission,” Dolmetsch reports. “Over his decade-long career at Apple, he was one of the most senior executives, reporting directly to the general counsel.”

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MacDailyNews Take: If found guilty, prosecute him to the fullest extent of the law.

U.S. charges former top Apple lawyer with insider trading – February 13, 2019


  1. With as much power as corporate executives have over citizens and their puppet government officials, they need to be held to a very strict standard. The era of corporatocracy must end for democracy to persist.

    But of course when convicted, you can be sure that no arenas full of bobbleheads will be crying, “Lock him up! Lock him up!” The brainwashed masses only cheer for their team, not for justice and honesty.

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