Author: John C. Coffee, Jr.
Publisher: Foundation Press
Release Date: 2013
This volume serves as a federal securities laws supplement, providing selected statutes, rules, and forms. It is the most complete supplement available and is regularly updated and revised. Contents include the Securities Act of 1933, Security Exchange Act of 1934, Investment Company Act of 1940, Investment Advisers Act of 1940, SEC Rules of Practice, and related federal laws.
This book alerts board members and management to their personal duties and liabilities under the federal securities laws. From the vast body of federal laws, rules, administrative interpretations, and court decisions dealing with securities offerings and transactions, those of particular interest to corporate officers and directors as individuals are discussed here. The materials focus on the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, pertinent provisions of the Investment Company Act of 1940, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. The 2006-2007 Edition features extensive discussion of the SEC's executive compensation reforms, including: the narrative disclosure piece, "compensation discussion and analysis"; the tabular disclosure requirements of Regulation S-K Item 402; new mandates for reporting executive perks; and expanded disclosure of transactions with related persons. Also new is discussion of changed requirements for the compensation committee report, plurality and majority voting standards, case law developments involving fraud liability, no-action letter guidance on insider short sales, and SEC statements on cooperation during an investigation.
Author: John C. Coffee, Jr.
Publisher: Foundation Press
Release Date: 2009-06-01
This volume serves as a federal securities laws supplement, providing selected statutes, rules, and forms. It is the most complete supplement available and is regularly updated and revised. Contents include the Securities Act of 1933, Security Exchange Act of 1934, Investment Company Act of 1940, Investment Advisers Act of 1940, SEC Rules of Practice, and related federal laws. The 2008 Edition follows the format of earlier years and contains updates through March 1, 2009.
Author: Howard M. Friedman
Release Date: 2014-09-17
The undisputed authoritative source on Ohio's blue sky laws, this set combines the formal requirements and more informal aspects of Ohio securities practice, explaining all aspects of Ohio blue sky practice, from routine registration, exemption, and liability questions to more complex issues involving Ohio's merit requirements. Supplemented annually, it also covers specialized topics, such as Ohio broker-dealer licensing, tender offers, and enforcement issues. Containing materials previously difficult or impossible to obtain, this set provides the full text and discussion of substantial primary source material, including: • Relevant Ohio statutes and rules • Ohio Division of Securities Statements of Policy • Selected federal laws and regulations • Complete official forms • NASAA guidelines and interpretations The handbook volume is a complete source for all relevant Ohio and federal statutes and rules important to the practice of Ohio securities law including: • Page's Ohio Revised Code Annotated Chapters 1704, 1707, selected provisions of Chapter 1701 and other securities-related statutes • Legislative Service Commission Bill Analyses of selected securities acts • Ohio Division of Securities • Selected Ohio Department of Insurance regulations • Selected federal securities laws and regulations The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.
Author: Mehmet Huseyin Bilgin
Release Date: 2016-11-09
Genre: Business & Economics
This volume brings together selected papers from the 17th EBES Conference, organized in Venice in winter 2015. The theoretical and empirical papers present the latest research in diverse areas of business, economics, and finance from many different regions. They chiefly focus on the interactions between economic development, entrepreneurship and financial institutions, especially putting the spotlight on cross-country evidence. Topics range from women’s entrepreneurship and economic regulation, to sustainability and climate change. This book provides researchers, professionals, and students a great opportunity to catch up on the latest studies in different fields and empirical findings on many countries and regions.
Author: Marc I. Steinberg
Release Date: 2016-07-08
Securities Litigation provides an analytical and practical framework addressing the key subjects in the field. In this text, U.S. Supreme Court and lower court cases that cover the key remedial provisions are highlighted, including Sections 11 and 12 of the Securities Act and Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act, as well as alternative federal remedial statutes (such as Sections 14(a) and 18(a) of the 1934 Act) and secondary liability provisions. Integral to this discussion is a thorough treatment of class and derivative actions, with applicable cases and statutes. Government enforcement is also analyzed, with particular focus being given to the SEC and criminal enforcement. In addition, state securities litigation is covered in depth along with professional liability exposure. The text provides a practical and insightful learning experience, complemented by problems and exercises that will enhance students' lawyering skills.
Author: James D. Cox
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Release Date: 2016-11-08
The national reputation of the authors, their balance of practice and doctrine, and a highly teachable structure have all made Securities Regulation: Cases and Materials the best-selling text in the field. Applauded for excellent coverage of the 1934 and 1935 Acts, the text remains sophisticated yet not intimidating. Modular chapters adapt to a variety of teaching styles, giving the instructor flexibility in course design. Well-written, interesting problems expose students to theory as well as the practical issues that impact investors. New to the Eighth Edition: The casebook fully integrates all the newly adopted exemptions such as Regulation A, Crowdfunding, and the newly enacted resale exemption Section 4(a)(7) along with problems developed to illustrate their operation Complete reworking of exemption chapter, including new material and problems on Regulation A+, Crowdfunding, and relaxation of solicitation restrictions for certain Rule 506 offerings Examines market developments such as Unicorns and the disappearance of listings in the U.S. and abroad Changes in underwriting processes with emphasis given to role of research reports in promoting public offerings Compete treatment of the Supreme Court’s 2014 Halliburton decision, and the post-Halliburton developments on proving price distortion and pleading loss causation Thorough treatment of the Supreme Court’s Omnicare decision on liability for statements of opinion Materials and problems on proxy regulation, particularly in the aftermath of the Walmart case under Rule 14a-8 Materials on insider trading tipper-tippee liability in the aftermath of Newman and Salman Contemporary problems facing hedge funds, investment advisers and mutual funds New material on post-Morrision developments affecting extraterritorial application of securities laws New material and problems on real estate as securities including the Ninth Circuit's Salameh decision