Securities and Exchange Commission v. Aiken, et. al.

Plaintiff: Securities and Exchange Commission
Defendant: Charles A. Aiken and Aiken Continental, L.L.C.
Case Number: 5:2011cv01018
Filed: December 29, 2011
Court: West Virginia Southern District Court
Office: Beckley Office
County: Raleigh
Presiding Judge: Irene C. Berger
Nature of Suit: Securities/Commodities/Exchanges
Cause of Action: 15:77
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Plaintiff: Securities and Exchange Commission
Represented By: Kevin Nick Guerrero
Represented By: James A. Kidney
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