The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) alleged that Mr. Borell had traded a large volume of Neff Corporation stock with "insider information" of an impending sale of the company. Mr. Kamin brought a private action seeking damages on the theory that he had sold the Neff stock during this period of time. David M. Garvin, Esq. represented Mr. Borell. Mr. Garvin argued that there was no private duty owed to Mr. Kamin and that he could not maintain an action against Mr. Borell under the "misappropriation theory". After enduring an SEC investigation that lasted years, Mr. Borell finally had his day in court. The Court granted Mr. Garvin's motion to dismiss the case brought by Kamin. Mr. Borell won his case against the SEC by summary judgment.
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