Ex-Goldman Coder Gets Split Verdict In 2nd IP Trial
By Stewart Bishop (May 1, 2015, 12:02 PM EDT) -- A New York jury issued a split decision in the trial of a former programmer for Goldman Sachs Group Inc. who stood accused of stealing the financial giant's computer code for its high-frequency trading platform, clearing him of one charge, convicting on a second and deadlocking on a third count.
Former Goldman Sachs programmer Sergey Aleynikov, pictured exiting federal court in February 2012, was charged with stealing the financial giant's high-frequency trading code. (Credit: AP) The jury of eight women and two men found Sergey Aleynikov not guilty of unlawful duplication of computer-related material, and ruled him guilty of one count of...
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