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SEC Probe Nets Another Suspect In Connetics Case

Law360 (May 25, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Hoping to add another defendant to the roster, The U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission is seeking to amend its insider trading complaint against a Connetics Corp. executive to include a former neighbor after both allegedly traded on non-public information related to the company’s acne drug, Velac Gel.

On Wednesday, the SEC filed a motion to add Victor Zak as a defendant in the lawsuit, two months after regulators charged Alexander Yaroshinsky, Connetics' vice president of biostatistics and clinical operations, with engaging in improper trading.

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