Author: James D. Cox
Brand: Aspen Publishers
Number Of Pages: 1100
Details: The Ninth Edition of Securities Regulation: Cases and Materials brings onboard two new co-authors–Ann Lipton and William Sjostrom–to a casebook that has long set the standard for providing students with an in-depth, sophisticated, practical look at contemporary securities law. As it has since its first edition, Securities Regulation: Cases and Materials contains a very teachable mix of problems, cases, and textual material, encouraging students to build their knowledge base by being active problem-solvers. Always forward-thinking, stressing current developments and controversies, the book is also highly modular, so that professors can easily pick and choose how to structure their courses without being locked into any given progression.
New to the Ninth Edition: Coverage of “cryptocurrencies” and coin offerings Commentary on market developments such as indexing and algorithmic trading A tighter set of problems and materials on gun-jumping under Section 5 The SEC’s latest reforms of Regulation D and the intrastate offering exemption Spotify and the trend toward direct listings as a way of going public Coverage of Supreme Court decisions from the last three years, including Lorenzo, Salman, Cyan, Lucia, and Kokesh, as well as important lower court cases The SEC broker-dealer proposal (and perhaps adoption) of Regulation Best Interest
Professors and students will benefit from: The book’s highly modular organization, enabling different teaching formats and coverage Concise notes that introduce the reader to both theory and real-life practice issues A book that is always up to date and on the cutting edge
Release Date: 11-11-2019
Package Dimensions: 51x261x1941