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Securities Litigation & Enforcement Institute 2004
Jay B. Kasner, Bruce G. Vanyo
Corporate & Securities, Litigation
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Securities Class Actions Since the 1995 Reform Act: A Plaintiff’s Perspective
Chapter 2. The Role of Foreign Investors in Federal Securities Class Actions
Chapter 3. Pleading Loss Causation in Securities Fraud Cases: What Investors, Companies and Their Counsel Need to Know
Chapter 4. Loss Causation and Damages in Shareholder Class Actions: When It Takes Two Steps to Tango
Chapter 5. Which Limitations Period Applies to Insider Trading Claims?
Chapter 6. Current Issues under the Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act
Chapter 7. Recent Developments in Shareholder Derivative Actions
Chapter 8. Market Timing and Dilution
Chapter 9. Settlement Issues in Securities Class Actions: The Defense Perspective in 2004
Chapter 10. Directors’ and Officers’ Liability and Insurance: A Changing Landscape
Chapter 11. SEC Enforcement Developments
Chapter 12. Sanctions and Cooperation: Some of the Current Hot Button Issues in Negotiating with the SEC
Chapter 13. As the World Turns: The Changing View of the Director Defendant in Corporate Litigation
Chapter 14. Director Disinterest and Independence: The SLC—Which Way to Go
Chapter 15. Implications of the Current U.S. Regulatory Environment on Mergers & Acquisitions
Chapter 16. Case Study
Chapter 17. Dealing with Governmental Investigations, Internal Investigations and Civil Matters in Corporate Crisis Situations (Slides)
Chapter 18. Investigative Reports
Chapter 19. High Publicity Securities Cases Make Interesting Law
Chapter 20. New Principles for Federal Prosecution of Business Organizations
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