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J.D. Course 396 (cross-listed) | 4 credit hours
This course involves the study of the disclosure philosophy of the federal securities laws and the nature and regulation of the securities markets. The relevant statutes are the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Among the specific topics covered are registration and exemptions under the 1933 Act and civil liabilities under both the 1933 and 1934 Acts. The class also studies the economics of disclosure and liability rules and the workings of an efficient market.
Professor Langevoort's course is for 4 credit hours. Preference will be given to Securities LL.M. students. Because Securities Regulation is not offered every year in the fall semester, students planning to take Business Planning Seminar should have taken Securities Regulation in their second year.