Year: 2007

Liability in Securities Fraud Damage Actions and The Supreme Court (Part I)

Three key decisions by the Supreme Court are promising to redraw the contours of liability under the antifraud provisions of the federal securities law by defining three key elements of a private action for damages under Exchange Act Section 10(b)

Will the SEC Speak On The Key Issue of Who Can Be Liable In Securities Damage Cases Before the Supreme Court : Merrill Lynch/Enron and Stoneridge

The deadline has passed for the SEC to file an amicus brief in support of the petition filed by Enron shareholders requesting that the Supreme Court hear their case. . No brief was filed. See, Regents of the University of