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Subject:  10b5-1 Date:  10/10/2000  3:48 PM
Author:  ak3115 Number:  40748 of 127642

Under the new regulation, 10b5-1 of the Sec and Exchange Act of 1934, one can assert an affirmative defense to insider trading if one can show that he has a plan, contract, etc in existence before he found out the material information.

Does anyone have any ideas about how such plans would be structured?
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