Articles on Securities Laws

No reliance required: Clarification on elements of Section 12(H) claim under Illinois Securities laws By Peter J. Evans Business and Securities Law, December 2016 Recently, the Illinois Appellate Court for the First District decided JJR, LLC v. Turner, in which it analyzed the elements of certain claims under Section 12 of the Illinois Securities Law of 1953 and, for the first time, addressed the requirements for a claim under Section 12(H).
Ausman v. Arthur Andersen, LLP. By Michael J. Weicher Business and Securities Law, June 2004 Whether an in-house attorney has a claim to sue its employer for retaliatory discharge when the employee is fired for insisting that certain actions taken by the employer should have been subject to internal company procedures.
Security futures: The “state of the union” By Randy Tuurie Business and Securities Law, March 2003 The objective of this article is to trace the recent history of security futures and examine the current regulatory scheme that governs them, focusing particularly on the role of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).

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