”[Soderquist] provides insights that even the most experienced practitioner will find helpful.”
—John F. Olson, founding Partner of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP’s Washington, D.C. office, and a former
Chairman of the ABA’s Committee on Federal Regulation of Securities
PLI’s Soderquist on the Securities Laws is an essential tool for securities attorneys and a vital reference for all corporate attorneys at a time when securities standards are having an increasingly powerful impact on their work for the company.
Here, in one concise volume, is authoritative and accessible insight into the Securities Act, Securities Exchange Act, SEC rules, and seminal case law, as well as the major changes wrought by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the 2005 securities offering reforms.
Featuring step-by-step checklists that spotlight what you should and shouldn’t do as an adviser and actor in the securities arena, Soderquist on the Securities Laws enables you to help corporate entities comply with rules governing Securities Act registration; deal effectively with Securities Act registration procedures; establish due diligence defenses and exploit exemptive relief; handle registration and reporting under the Exchange Act; and minimize liability risk under the Exchange Act.
Updated at least once a year, Soderquist on the Securities Laws should be in the working library of every securities attorney and corporate attorney and is a useful reference for the heads of corporations and securities firms and their compliance personnel.