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When you need a quick answer to a securities question, turn to Fundamentals of Securities Regulation. The book is a securities law "must have." This version is the distillation of the authoritative 11-volume treatise, Securities Regulation, in one convenient volume, offering expert analysis of every significant aspect of securities law, including: Primary liability under 10(b); Insider trading; Sanctions; Disclosure requirements; Rules and forms for offerings; SEC reporting; Forward-looking statements; Class action suits; Bespeaks caution cases; ADR in securities disputes.

Another useful publication is The Securities Enforcement Manual, Second Edition: Tactics and Strategies. Published by the American Bar Association, this new Second Edition completely updates the first edition published in 1997. Included is comprehensive coverage to proven approaches and techniques for dealing with an enforcement threat from the SEC, self regulatory organizations, or state securities regulators. It takes you step-by-step through enforcement investigations and proceedings, providing you with strategies to influence the outcome of an investigation and prevent or minimize the adverse effects of enforcement actions

The Federal Rules and Regulations

The Securities Act of 1933

The Securities Act of 1933 
The '33 Act governs the initial issuance and registration of securities, as opposed to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 which governs financial reporting, and he registration of people involved with the sale of securities.The full text of the Securities Act of 1933 

Rules promulgated under the Securities Act of 1933 
The Securities and Exchange Commission regulations, pursuant to the '33 Act.

Regulation A

Regulation D / Rule 504 /Rule 505 /Rule 506

Regulation S-B, Integrated Disclosure System for Small Business Issuers
The complete text of Regulation S-B, which must be read in conjunction with Regulation S-T, for documents that must be filed electronically.

Regulation S-K, Integrated Disclosure System
The complete text of Regulation S-K.

Regulation S-T, General Rules and Regulations for Electronic Filings.
The complete text of Regulation S-T, for electronic filings, including EDGAR.

Regulation S-X, Accounting Rules.
The complete text of Regulation S-X. 

Forms promulgated under the Securities Act of 1933
From the SEC, outlines of the forms and instructions for filing them. Not for use by a novice, but provides good background material.

 

The Securities Exchange Act of 1934

The Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
The full text of the 1934 Act, which primarily governs the purchase and sale of securities, securities brokerage firms and securities exchanges.

Rules promulgated under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
The text of the rules promulgated under the '34 Act.

Selected Forms Prescribed for Use under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
As of July, 1996, this site was still underconstruction, but it has samples of many of the required '34 Act forms.

 

The Investment Company Act

Investment Company Act
The full text of the Investment Company Act, which governs the creation and operation of mutual funds.

Rules promulgated under the Investment Company Act.

The Investment Advisers Act of 1940

Investment Adviser's Act of 1940
The statute which governs the operation of Investment Advisors.
 

Rules promulgated under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940

 

The Securities Investor Protection Act of 1970

Securities Investor Protection Act of 1970
Governs the operation of the SIPC, and related activity.  

 

The Public Utilities Holding Company Act

Public Utilities Holding Company Act

 

The National Securities Markets Improvement Act of 1996 (NSMIA)

National Securities Markets Improvement Act of 1996  

 

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Recent Securities Law Opinions
Links to recent opinions of the federal courts, regarding the securities laws. Not too helpful for general research, since the only links are to names of cases. See Securities Law Court Decisions for a more useful set of links.
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Court Decisions 
Links to the caselaw that has developed the federal securities laws.

 
Supreme Court Securities Law Opinions 
From Cornell University, all of the recent Supreme Court Decisions relating to the federal securities laws. Available by FTP only; these are not HTML documents.


 

The State Blue Sky Laws

In addition to the federal securities laws, each state has its own securities laws. For an overview, please read Introduction to the Blue Sky Laws. We maintain a complete list of their snailmail and email addresses, as well as links to the rules and regulations that are available on line in our Guide to State Securities Administrators


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