A Brattle principal worked with the testifying expert in a high-profile case involving a former Credit Suisse banker accused of insider trading and conspiracy to commit securities fraud. The testimony dealt with complex issues regarding the (lack of) materiality, and the importance of accurately accounting for the information mix available to investors in capital markets from all potential sources at a particular point in time. We analyzed case-specific facts, the information mix in the market, the timing and relevance of detailed accounting information and stock price data to explain how the nature and quality of publicly-available information influenced both investment decisions and the traded value of the securities.