Fundamentals of Securities Regulation
When you need a quick answer to a securities question, turn to FUNDAMENTALS OF SECURITIES REGULATION. Loss and Seligman have distilled their authoritative 11-volume treatise, SECURITIES REGULATION, into one convenient volume, offering expert analysis of every significant aspect of securities law, including: Primary liability under 10(b), insider trading Sanctions Disclosure requirements Rules and forms for offerings SEC reporting Forward-looking statements Class action suits Bespeaks caution cases ADR in securities disputes and more. To facilitate more detailed analysis, its fourteen chapters parallel the organization of the full treatise, and extensive cross-references show you exactly where to turn.
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B State Regulation of Securities
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