United States Securities Law: A Practical Guide
In an increasingly global world, capital raising, securities trading and mergers and acquisitions often involve some connection with the United States and implicate the U.S. securities laws. United States Securities Law: A Practical Guide, offers a concise overview of the law and practice of issuing securities, listings, takeovers and the securities markets in the United States from the perspective of a non-U.S. participant. Originally published in 1992, this new edition has been significantly expanded and updated. The book is intended primarily for managers, financial intermediaries, lawyers and others seeking an overview of the topic. It offers a combination of practical insight and precise analysis.
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