Securities Law for the Non-Securities Attorney (Update)
Created on October 12, 2017
Join securities attorney Gary J. Ross for an engaging look at the basics of the securities laws. This program is designed to provide a general overview of U.S. securities law for practitioners in other areas of law, or for those new to the field. Mr. Ross will discuss the relevant sections of the Securities Law of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and will also describe less-discussed securities laws such as the Trust Indenture Act, the Investment Company Act, and the Investment Advisers Act.
Mr. Ross will address issues such as what exactly a "security"
- Review the federal securities regulations
- Understand the basics of securities law
- Identify what a "security" is and what it means to "register" a security
- Predict when potential liabilities may occur
- Grasp the relationship between federal securities laws and state "blue sky" laws
- Appreciate the roles of securities regulators
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