New Developments in Securities Litigation, 2016 ed.
Taking securities law cases to trial is a complicated endeavor: Attorneys must be familiar with laws and decisions that can differ between state, federal, and even international jurisdictions. The landscape of securities litigation is also changing dramatically, with the last year alone involving a major decision from the Supreme Court and a new policy decision from the Department of Justice. The experienced lawyers featured in New Developments in Securities Litigation address these topics and more, covering elements of trial and arbitration in many types of securities cases. The book covers FINRA arbitration procedure, developments involving class actions, and SEC enforcement actions in the aftermath of the Dodd-Frank Act. In addition, the authors analyze cases such as Omnicare, Inc. v. Laborers District Council Construction Industry Pension Fund and their likely effect on future securities law concerns. In this constantly changing legal environment, New Developments in Securities Litigation can help attorneys find firm footing.