Year: 2008

This Week In Securities Litigation (August 15, 2008)

This week, the Exchanges announced a new arrangement to police insider trading in an effort to streamline and enhance current enforcement efforts. At the same time, the SEC moved through its inventory of option backdating cases, Stoneridge continued to narrow

Reverse Mergers and Rule 144: Substance Is The Key

The SEC has long sought to close avenues through which companies gain access to the capital markets without going through the usual Securities Act registration process and by which promoters and others acquire unregistered shares which can be traded. One

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