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Making Disclosure: Ideas And Interests In Ontario Securities Regulations, Mary Condon Oct 2015

Making Disclosure: Ideas And Interests In Ontario Securities Regulations, Mary Condon

Mary Condon

No abstract provided.


Securities Arbitration: A Need For Continued Reform, William Gregory, William Schneider Oct 2014

Securities Arbitration: A Need For Continued Reform, William Gregory, William Schneider

William A. Gregory

No abstract provided.


Regulation A+ And The Question Of State Blue Sky Law Preemption Under The J.O.B.S. Act, Neal Newman Apr 2014

Regulation A+ And The Question Of State Blue Sky Law Preemption Under The J.O.B.S. Act, Neal Newman

Neal F. Newman

No abstract provided.


Rule 10b-5 Private Securities Fraud Litigation, Michael Kaufman Mar 2014

Rule 10b-5 Private Securities Fraud Litigation, Michael Kaufman

Michael J. Kaufman

No abstract provided.


Understanding The 2012 Master Securities Forward Transaction Agreement, Christian Johnson, Ranada Fergerson Dec 2013

Understanding The 2012 Master Securities Forward Transaction Agreement, Christian Johnson, Ranada Fergerson

Christian A. Johnson

The trading of forward-settling agency mortgage-backed securities (“MBS”) comprised of pools of home loan mortgage loans, executed in contemplation of securitization through Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae, is one of the largest and most active markets in the world.


Lawless Capitalism: The Subprime Crisis And The Case For An Economic Rule Of Law, Steven Ramirez Sep 2013

Lawless Capitalism: The Subprime Crisis And The Case For An Economic Rule Of Law, Steven Ramirez

Steven A. Ramirez

No abstract provided.


Co-Organizer: Symposium On The Jurisprudence Of Family Relations: Privacy, Autonomy, And Should States Regulate Family Relations?, Scott Fitzgibbon Jun 2013

Co-Organizer: Symposium On The Jurisprudence Of Family Relations: Privacy, Autonomy, And Should States Regulate Family Relations?, Scott Fitzgibbon

Scott T. FitzGibbon

Professor FitzGibbon served as a co-organizer for the Symposium on the Jurisprudence of Family Relations: Privacy, Autonomy, and Should States Regulate Family Relations? at the Cardozo Law School of Yeshiva University.


Harmonious Discourse And The Good Of Family Law, Scott Fitzgibbon Jun 2013

Harmonious Discourse And The Good Of Family Law, Scott Fitzgibbon

Scott T. FitzGibbon

On June 6, 2013, Professor FitzGibbon presented at the North American Regional Conference for the International Society of Family Law.


Securities Litigation Damages, Volumes 26 And 26a, Michael Kaufman May 2013

Securities Litigation Damages, Volumes 26 And 26a, Michael Kaufman

Michael J. Kaufman

No abstract provided.


Expert Witnesses: Securities Cases, Michael Kaufman May 2013

Expert Witnesses: Securities Cases, Michael Kaufman

Michael J. Kaufman

No abstract provided.


Securities Litigation: Damages, Michael Kaufman May 2013

Securities Litigation: Damages, Michael Kaufman

Michael J. Kaufman

No abstract provided.


Securities Litigation Damages, Volume 26 & 26a, Michael Kaufman May 2013

Securities Litigation Damages, Volume 26 & 26a, Michael Kaufman

Michael J. Kaufman

No abstract provided.


Expert Witnesses: Securities Cases, Michael Kaufman May 2013

Expert Witnesses: Securities Cases, Michael Kaufman

Michael J. Kaufman

No abstract provided.


Expert Witnesses: Security Cases, Michael Kaufman May 2013

Expert Witnesses: Security Cases, Michael Kaufman

Michael J. Kaufman

No abstract provided.


The Use Of Experts In Securities Fraud Cases, Michael Kaufman May 2013

The Use Of Experts In Securities Fraud Cases, Michael Kaufman

Michael J. Kaufman

No abstract provided.


Understanding The Development Potential Of Worker Remittance Securitization, Heather Hughes Apr 2013

Understanding The Development Potential Of Worker Remittance Securitization, Heather Hughes

Heather Hughes

Financial institutions are seeking to leverage the value of the cash that emigrant workers remit to their home countries. Specifically, banks in developing countries have securitized remittance cash flows. The size and stability of worker remittances have caused a surge of interest among financial institutions, academics and others in recent years. Remittance securitizations - or, issuances of remittance-backed bonds - present specific instances in which parties in remittance-receiving countries have actually harnessed the value of remittances in order to access capital markets. Remittance flow securitization can enable developing region banks to raise funds at advantageous rates. Because these future-flow transactions depend upon ...


Utilizing The Director Bar To Enhance Director Accountability, Renee Jones Mar 2013

Utilizing The Director Bar To Enhance Director Accountability, Renee Jones

Renee Jones

No abstract provided.


Janus Capital Group, Inc. V. First Derivative Traders: The Culmination Of The Supreme Court’S Evolution From Liberal To Reactionary In Rule 10b-5 Actions, Charles W. Murdock Feb 2013

Janus Capital Group, Inc. V. First Derivative Traders: The Culmination Of The Supreme Court’S Evolution From Liberal To Reactionary In Rule 10b-5 Actions, Charles W. Murdock

Charles W. Murdock

“Political” decisions such as Citizens United and National Federation of Independent Business (“Obamacare”) reflect the reactionary bent of several Supreme Court justices. But this reactionary trend is discernible in other areas as well. With regard to Rule 10b-5, the Court has handed down a series of decisions that could be grouped into four trilogies. The article examines the trend over the past 40 years which has become increasingly conservative and finally reactionary.

The first trilogy was a liberal one, arguably overextending the scope of Rule 10b-5. This was followed by a conservative trilogy which put a brake on such extension ...


What You And Your Clients Need To Know About The J.O.B.S. Act, Neal Newman Feb 2013

What You And Your Clients Need To Know About The J.O.B.S. Act, Neal Newman

Neal F. Newman

No abstract provided.


Janus Capital Group, Inc. V. First Derivative Traders: The Culmination Of The Supreme Court’S Evolution From Liberal To Reactionary In Rule 10b-5 Actions, Charles W. Murdock Feb 2013

Janus Capital Group, Inc. V. First Derivative Traders: The Culmination Of The Supreme Court’S Evolution From Liberal To Reactionary In Rule 10b-5 Actions, Charles W. Murdock

Charles W. Murdock

“Political” decisions such as Citizens United and National Federation of Independent Business (“Obamacare”) reflect the reactionary bent of several Supreme Court justices. But this reactionary trend is discernible in other areas as well. With regard to Rule 10b-5, the Court has handed down a series of decisions that could be grouped into four trilogies. The article examines the trend over the past 40 years which has become increasingly conservative and finally reactionary.

The first trilogy was a liberal one, arguably overextending the scope of Rule 10b-5. This was followed by a conservative trilogy which put a brake on such extension ...


Member, International Chair On Natural Law And Human Personhood, Scott Fitzgibbon Dec 2012

Member, International Chair On Natural Law And Human Personhood, Scott Fitzgibbon

Scott T. FitzGibbon

No abstract provided.


Rethinking Risk, Renee Jones Dec 2012

Rethinking Risk, Renee Jones

Renee Jones

No abstract provided.


The Biological Basis For The Recognition Of The Family, Scott Fitzgibbon May 2012

The Biological Basis For The Recognition Of The Family, Scott Fitzgibbon

Scott T. FitzGibbon

No abstract provided.


An Analysis Of The New United States And European Financial Regulatory System In The Wake Of The Recession, Alex Zenerovitz Dec 2011

An Analysis Of The New United States And European Financial Regulatory System In The Wake Of The Recession, Alex Zenerovitz

Alex E. Zenerovitz Mr.

In the summer of 2007, the dream of financial stability was possible. It was possible and reasonable to believe that if you worked hard, and saved a portion of your paycheck you could one day save enough for a well-deserved retirement in your fully owned home. Although this may be called the American Dream, it was also the hope of many European citizens to save enough assets to comfortably retire at some time in the future. Responsibility, integrity, and hard work are universal aspirations within western civilizations that many believe will lead to a financially secure life. The recent recession ...


Co-Organizer: International Conference On Extended And Extending Families, Scott Fitzgibbon Dec 2011

Co-Organizer: International Conference On Extended And Extending Families, Scott Fitzgibbon

Scott T. FitzGibbon

No abstract provided.


Corporate Law Discussion Group On The Dodd-Frank Act, Renee Jones Jul 2011

Corporate Law Discussion Group On The Dodd-Frank Act, Renee Jones

Renee Jones

No abstract provided.


Panelist, Federalism And Corporate Governance, Renee Jones Jul 2011

Panelist, Federalism And Corporate Governance, Renee Jones

Renee Jones

No abstract provided.


Enforcing Directors Duties: A Comparative Analysis, Renee Jones Jun 2011

Enforcing Directors Duties: A Comparative Analysis, Renee Jones

Renee Jones

No abstract provided.


Co-Organizer: International Conference On The Jurisprudence Of Parenting And The Influence On Culture, Scott Fitzgibbon Apr 2011

Co-Organizer: International Conference On The Jurisprudence Of Parenting And The Influence On Culture, Scott Fitzgibbon

Scott T. FitzGibbon

No abstract provided.


Parenting And The Culture Of Friendship, Scott Fitzgibbon Apr 2011

Parenting And The Culture Of Friendship, Scott Fitzgibbon

Scott T. FitzGibbon

No abstract provided.