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Notable Scholarship About Private Securities Fraud Litigation

Securities fraud litigation has been the subject of much study. Many scholars have attempted to explain, refine, or redefine securities fraud jurisprudence. Some notable scholarship is listed below.

 

Materiality

 


Scienter

 

Using Confidential Witnesses in Pleading Securities Fraud

The Seventh Amendment and Pleadings

 

Amending Pleadings

 

Presumptions of Reliance

 

Class Certification

 

Loss Causation

 


Event Studies and Securities Litigation

 

The Statute of Limitations

 

Damages

 

The Role of Institutional Investors in Securities Fraud Litigation

 

Analyzing Class Action Filings and Settlements

 

The Relationship Between Public and Private Enforcement

 

Attorneys’ Fees

 

Arbitration and the Securities Laws

 

Judicial Hostility to Private Securities Fraud Litigation


The Scope of Defendant’s Duties Under the Securities Laws

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