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KMPG Relieved To Hear Phil Mickelson “Respects And Shares” Its “Values”

The ones where you do something that kinda looks like insider trading first and then apologize later.

Podcast: How Phil Mickelson avoided insider trading charges

When word came down of the Securities and Exchange Commission filing suit against Phil Mickelson as a "relief defendant" for earning nearly $1 million on a stock trade with insider info, a lot of folks wondered why Mickelson wasn't criminally charged with securities fraud. Show More Summary

This Week In Sports Law: Phil Mickelson Mishap, Tom Brady's Suspension, Continued Concussion Suits And More

This week's Sports Law topics include: Phil Mickelson, Tom Brady, esports, NHL concussion litigation, San Francisco 49ers age discrimination claims, updates on Jason Pierre-Paul v. ESPN and Adam Schefter, and more.

SEC Chart: Phil Mickelson and Alleged Insider Trading

SEC chart of alleged activity between Phil Mickelson and sports gambler Billy Walters on insider trading case pic.twitter.com/isFrxsfTY6 — Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) May 19, 2016 PHIL MICKELSON WASN'T CRIMINALLY CHARGED in an insider trading case that lasted five years. Show More Summary

Phil Mickelson to repay profits after being named in insider trading lawsuit

The five-time major winner made almost $1 million after purchase Dean Foods stock in 2012.        

Sports Business: In the Clear, Phil Mickelson Can Thank an Insider Trading Ruling

A 2014 appellate court ruling that narrowed the definition of insider trading may have helped the golfer avoid charges, although the government would not explicitly say so.

On Golf: Mickelson's latest high risk is off the golf course

Phil Mickelson is known for taking gambles on the golf course        

On Golf: Mickelson's Latest High Risk Is Off the Golf Course

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Phil Mickelson never saw a shot he didn't think he could hit.

Golfer Phil Mickelson To Repay $1 Million In Gains From Insider Trading- Is It Tax Deductible?

Golfer Phil Mickelson -- who once landed in this space by famously threatening to retire rather than subject his $55 million in annual earnings to rising federal and state tax rates -- found himself in the news today, and not in the sports section. Mickelson was named in a federal [...]

Vegas Bigshot Accused of Insider Trading

In a case that also involves golfer Phil Mickelson, authorities have charged high rolling sports bettor Billy Walters of using insider trading to make tens of millions of dollars.

Phil Mickelson to forfeit nearly $1 million in SEC case

NEW YORK (AP) — Phil Mickelson paid off a debt to a professional gambler with nearly $1 million that was unfairly reaped from an insider trading scheme, according to a federal investigation that led to two arrests but spared the golf great from criminal charges. Mickelson, named as a “relief defendant” in a civil suit […]

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Phil Mickelson to forfeit nearly $1 million in SEC case

SEC sues Mickelson, alleging he profited $931K on insider tip

The Securities and Exchange Commission has filed a civil suit naming Phil Mickelson as a "relief defendant," accusing the five-time major winner of insider trading. The suit claims Mickelson made approximately $931,000 on Dean FoodsShow More Summary

SEC charge won't impact Mickelson's CareerBuilder deal

The announcement today that PGA Tour golfer Phil Mickelson is the subject of a Securities and Exchange Commission civil suit over possible insider trading violations will have no impact on Mickelson’s new position as ambassador for the CareerBuilder        

Mickelson's image won't take hit due to trade

Phil Mickelson won’t likely take a hit with his corporate sponsors, expert says.        

Phil Mickelson to forfeit nearly $1 million in SEC case

The professional golfer Phil Mickelson has agreed to forfeit nearly $1 million that the Securities and Exchange Commission said was unfairly earned on a tip from an insider trading scheme conducted... To view the full story, click the title link.

Phil Mickelson won't lose fans, influence, sports marketing expert says

Phil Mickelson won’t likely take a hit with his corporate sponsors, expert says.        

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