About the Book
Securities Regulation: Cases and Materials
James D. Cox
Robert W. Hillman
University of California, Davis
Donald C. Langevoort
2009. 1,232 pages. ISBN: 978-0-7355-7805-0.
With Teacher's Manual and Annual Statutory Supplement.
About the Book
Intellectually satisfying and very teachable, Securities Regulation: Cases and Materials, Sixth Edition uses well-crafted and interesting problem exercises to engage students in the theory and applications of securities regulation.
- a balance of practice and doctrine from leading authorities
- a highly flexible organizational structure that adapts to a variety of teaching approaches
- a wealth of interesting problems that present opportunities for students to apply legal concepts and reinforce their understanding
- smart, straightforward writing style
- timely supplementation by the authors' own Annual Statutory Supplement and Case Supplement
- outstanding coverage of the 1933 and 1934 Acts
Updated throughout, the revised Sixth Edition offers coverage of:
- recent cases on pleading securities fraud following the Supreme Court's decision in Tellabs
- the D.C. Circuit's rebuffs to the SEC in their regulation of broker-dealers, investment advisers, and mutual funds
- electronic voting and new forms of shareholder communication in proxy regulation
- full integration of the substantial SEC rule changes that affect resales of securities
- significant developments in SEC internal procedures related to enforcement actions
- expanding regulation of the municipal securities markets
- substantial compliance with Reg. D
- unincorporated associations as securities
Authored by respected leaders who understand the importance of balancing practice and doctrine, this casebook's clear writing and modular chapters make for an excellent classroom experience.
Table of Cases