Ex-Exec Wants More Info On Charges In $30M Hack Scheme

Law360, New York (June 16, 2017, 9:37 PM EDT) -- A former Morgan Stanley vice president charged as part of an alleged $30 million scheme to trade on information stolen by Ukrainian hackers from the servers of financial newswires has asked a New York federal court to require the U.S. government to provide more particulars about the evidence and allegations against him.

Vitaly Korchevsky told the court Friday that federal prosecutors have already exchanged several terabytes of bank records, trading data and other documents generated during discovery, but that they have failed to connect it to...
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USA v. Korchevsky et al


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1:15-cr-00381

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New York Eastern

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August 5, 2015

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