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News and Views

Because the law surrounding securities fraud is rapidly changing, the Institute provides updates on recent cases. Here, you can find regular news summaries on issues pertaining to the private rights of action under the antifraud provisions of the securities laws.

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NOVEMBER 2011

Market Manipulation and Auction Rate Securities Wilson v. Merrill Lynch & Co.
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-15

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

A Plausible Allegation of Materiality and Rebutting the Presumption of Reliance at Class Certification Connecticut Retirement Plans & Trust Funds v. Amgen, Inc.
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-14

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

 

OCTOBER 2011

Credit Default Swaps and Customers under FINRA Rules Wachovia Bank, National Ass'n v. VCG Special Opportunities Master Fund Ltd.
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-13

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

Condominiums as Investment Contracts under the Securities LawsBamert v. Pulte Home Corp.
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-12

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

FINRA and the Role of SROs in Enforcing the Securities LawsFiero v. FINRA
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-11

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

 

SEPTEMBER 2011

Loss Causation and Summary JudgmentFindwhat Investor Group v. Findwhat.com
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-10

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

The Preemptive Reach of SLUSA and Mutual Fund InvestorsAtkinson v. Morgan Asset Management, Inc.
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-9

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

 

AUGUST 2011

The Forced Seller Doctrine and Section 11 and Section 12 ClaimsKatz v. GerardiThe Forced Seller Doctrine and Section 11 and Section 12 ClaimsKatz v. Gerardi

Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-8

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

Misrepresenting Good Will and Loan Loss Reserves in Registration StatementsFait v. Regions Financing Trust
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-7

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

Scienter and the Ninth Circuit's Two-Part TestWPP Luxembourg Gamma v. Spot Runner, Inc.
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-6

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

Pleading Securities Fraud with Particularity and Loss CausationAnchor Bank FSB v. Hofer
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-5

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

The Statute of Limitations for Section 10(b) Claims and SEC ComplaintsPremium Plus Partners v. Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-4

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

 

JULY 2011

The Extraterritorial Application of Rule 10b-5 and the Place of SaleQuail Cruise Ships v. Agencia de Viagens
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-3

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

 

JUNE 2011

The Duty to DiscloseMinneapolis Firefighters' Relief Association v. MEMC Electronic Materials
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-2

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

 

APRIL 2011

An Auditor's ScienterNew Mexico State Investment Council v. Ernst & Young
Major Appellate Court Decisions: Volume 1-1

John M. Wunderlich
Institute Scholar, Institute for Investor Protection
Loyola University Chicago School of Law

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