Robinhood’s Trading Restrictions Not Illegal: Fmr. SEC Counsel

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Jan.29 — Tom Gorman, partner at Dorsey & Whitney LLP and former senior counsel at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, discusses the fluctuations in the stock market, the GameStop Corp. frenzy and the initial decision by Robinhood Markets Inc. to limit trading.

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