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Top Legal Officer to Depart SEC

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February 06, 2002|Reuters

The Securities and Exchange Commission said that its chief legal officer is returning to the private sector, ending a government career in which he helped shape most of the SEC's major policies. General Counsel David Becker has not yet accepted another job and will remain at the commission for a while longer to help with the transition of his successor, who has not yet been named, the SEC said.

Becker, 54, became general counsel in January 2000.

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