Commentary: Seeking admissions of guilt could hurt SEC

David Zaring of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania writes that a recent decision by the Securities and Exchange Commission to modify a policy that allowed companies to settle cases without admitting to wrongdoing could make the regulatory agency's job more difficult. The legal ramifications of a company admitting guilt might make them much less likely to settle with the SEC, Zaring writes.

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