Mark Cuban's SEC Troubles Rekindled
Mark Cuban’s troubles with the Securities and Exchange Commission have rekindled. That “insider trading” lawsuit against the Maverick’s owner has been reinstated by a Federal appeals court. It had been dismissed in July of 2009 when a judge said Cuban never agreed he couldn’t act on confidential information. He sold shares in Mamma.com avoiding a 750-thousand dollar loss. Now the SEC civil case goes back to court. Click here to see the Fifth Circuit Court Ruling.