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Limiting The Plaintiff Class: Rule 10b-5 And The Federal Securities Code, Michigan Law Review Jun 1974

Limiting The Plaintiff Class: Rule 10b-5 And The Federal Securities Code, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

The Penn Central litigation, involving a large, publicly held corporation, illustrates the need to examine the reach of the federal antifraud provisions. This Note discusses the problem of defining the plaintiff class when the number of past and present shareholders who are potential plaintiffs is very great. Attention will center on the methods courts have used to limit the class of investors compensable under rule 10b-5. Also, the effect that enactment of present drafts of the American Law lnstitute's proposed Federal Securities Code would have on the composition of the plaintiff class in analogous actions will be discussed. Finally ...


Income Tax--Tax Free Transfers To Controlled Corporations, Frederick L. Delp, James P. Holland Apr 1974

Income Tax--Tax Free Transfers To Controlled Corporations, Frederick L. Delp, James P. Holland

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Perlman V. Feldmann: A Case Study In Contemporary Corporate Legal History, Jan G. Deutsch Jan 1974

Perlman V. Feldmann: A Case Study In Contemporary Corporate Legal History, Jan G. Deutsch

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

The author gives the following introduction to this article: “When I was a law student, taking a course in introductory corporate law, what was heard around the halls was that most of corporate law would be learned if one understood Perlman v. Feldmann. I agree with that statement, and I have agreed more strongly each year I myself have taught introductory corporate law. Indeed, I now believe one would also learn a good deal about the significance of-the corporation in American life during the past two decades. Unfortunately, however, it seems to me-on the basis of having read everything of ...


Securities - Outsiders Who Trade On Inside Information Held Accountable To The Corporation For Their Profits On The Basis Of Common Law Fiduciary Principles, Timothy J. Carson Jan 1974

Securities - Outsiders Who Trade On Inside Information Held Accountable To The Corporation For Their Profits On The Basis Of Common Law Fiduciary Principles, Timothy J. Carson

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Controlling Persons Provisions: Conduits Of Secondary Liability Under Federal Securities Law, Kenneth I. Levin Jan 1974

The Controlling Persons Provisions: Conduits Of Secondary Liability Under Federal Securities Law, Kenneth I. Levin

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Securities Regulation - An Unsuccessful Tender Offeror Has Standing To Sue The Target Corporation, The Successful Contestant, And The Underwriter, For Damages Resulting From Violations Of Section 14(E) And Rule 10b-6, Jeffrey L. Pettis Jan 1974

Securities Regulation - An Unsuccessful Tender Offeror Has Standing To Sue The Target Corporation, The Successful Contestant, And The Underwriter, For Damages Resulting From Violations Of Section 14(E) And Rule 10b-6, Jeffrey L. Pettis

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The New Annual Report To Shareholders, Robert S. Kant Jan 1974

The New Annual Report To Shareholders, Robert S. Kant

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.