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Securities Crimes, 2d is written with Marvin G. Pickholz, Peter J. Henning, and Jason R. Pickholz, who are among the leading practitioners and academics in the field of securities law. Their treatise provides a thorough review of the application of the securities laws and other criminal statutes in prosecutions, along with in-depth consideration of how the law is applied in civil enforcement proceedings.
The growing enforcement of the securities laws through criminal prosecution has made this into one of the leading areas in white-collar crime, and today almost every major law firm is involved in defending individuals and corporations caught up in investigations and enforcement proceedings. There has been a significant expansion in the number of prosecutors and SEC attorneys devoted to enforcement, and recent cases have seen the development of new investigative techniques.
Securities Crimes, 2d reviews both the substance of the securities laws and the procedures employed by federal prosecutors and the SEC in pursuing possible violations of the law in securities-related transactions and corporate governance and reporting. The Treatise analyzes: