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Civil Liabilities: Enforcement and Litigation Under the 1933 Act (Vol. 17, Securities Law Series)

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Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2012-2022
Service #: 16622697
Sub #: 16622698
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Civil Liabilities: Enforcement and Litigation Under the 1933 Act (Vol. 17, Securities Law Series)



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Persons harmed in securities transactions have a number of private rights of actions. Organized by statutory remedy, Civil Liabilities: Enforcement & Litigation Under the 1933 Act analyzes the three basic liability provisions of the 1933 Act. Additionally, you’ll find an overview of protected interests, an examination of SEC enforcement actions, a discussion of nonlitigious responses to violations, a review of materially misleading or defective registration statements, an exploration of secondary liability issues and the implied cause of action, and a discussion of the applicability of Rule 10b-5 liability.


  • A comprehensive analysis of the three basic civil liability provisions in the Securities Act of 1933
  • In-depth discussions of Sections 11, 12(1), and 12(2)
  • Clarifies nonlitigation responses to violations and investigates materially misleading or defection registration statements under Section 11
  • Explains civil liabilities under Section 12 where there is no registration
  • Presents a defense network to legitimately protect the interests of the public, seller, and purchaser of securities
  • Comprehensive and easy to use handbook