On May 14, a criminal complaint was unsealed charging Sean Stewart and his father, Robert Stewart, with using inside information to trade and cause another to trade in the securities of five separate health care companies.  The complaint alleges that Sean Stewart provided his father with inside information regarding the acquisition of Kendle International Inc. by INC Research, LLC, and the acquisition of Kinetic Concepts, Inc. (“KCI”) by Apax Partners.  Using his son’s trading tips, Robert Stewart allegedly made approximately $107,790 in profits by selling stock before the acquisitions were announced.  Sean Stewart is also charged with providing his father with nonpublic acquisition-related information in connection with the 2012 acquisitions of General Probe Inc. by Hologic, Inc., and Lincare Holdings Inc. by Linde AG, as well as the 2014 acquisition of CareFusion Corp. by Becton, Dickinson & Co.  Robert Stewart allegedly reaped over $1 million in profits from the illegal insider trading and transferred at least $15,000 to his son in exchange for the tips.  Robert and Sean Stewart have each been charged with conspiracy to commit securities fraud, fraud in connection with a tender offer, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, and six counts of securities fraud.  United States v. Sean Stewart and Robert Stewart, 15-mj-1634 (S.D.N.Y.).  DOJ Press Release