Feds Extend Immunity To Ex-Retrophin Exec Over Hacking Claim

Law360, New York (November 14, 2017, 8:57 PM EST) -- A former executive at Martin Shkreli’s drug company Retrophin Inc. struck a nonprosecution agreement with Brooklyn federal prosecutors on Tuesday and continued testifying after lawyers for accused securities fraud co-conspirator and ex-BigLaw attorney Evan Greebel accused him of hacking.

Jackson Su, who served as Retrophin’s chief operating officer until late 2012, had his testimony derailed on Monday when Greebel’s team suggested he had committed cybercrimes by continuing to access and download Retrophin files for several months after his departure. Prosecutors put him back on the stand Tuesday...
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