Law360, New York (September 5, 2012, 10:52 PM EDT) -- The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority last week sued the operator and employees of a company that provides preparation courses for people taking securities industry qualification exams, saying they infringed FINRA’s copyrights and breached an agreement not to share test questions.
FINRA also accuses Training Consultants LLC, Christine Leahy and her three children who also work for the company of misappropriating trade secrets when they allegedly distributed the test questions.
The suit says Leahy and her children have taken the exams 64 times since 2001, a “highly...
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