The 2014 Richmond Crowdfunding Symposium featured on Richmond's NBC 12 News. Join in the forum discussing equity crowdfunding and the impact of the SEC’s proposed rule to regulate it.
“Insider Trading Update,” Alternative Investment Management Association, New York, May 14, 2014
On April 30, the New York City Bar Committee on Securities Litigation will host a panel discussion on Halliburton Co., et al., v. Erica P. John Fund, Inc., which many commentators are calling the most important securities case in years. In Halliburton, the U.S. Supreme Court will revisit its landmark decision in Basic, Inc. v. Levinson establishing the "fraud-on-the-market" doctrine in securities fraud cases. The discussion will explore the case's implications for the fraud-on-the-market doctrine, and for securities litigation more broadly. Mr. Goldfarb will be speaking.
Join in the forum discussing equity crowdfunding and the impact of the SEC’s proposed rule to regulate it.
NYU Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement and the American Law Institute, New York University School of Law
On March 3, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear the case of Omnicare Inc. v. Laborers District Council Construction Industry Pension Fund, (13- 435) to resolve the question of whether, for purposes of a Section 11 claim, it is sufficient for a plaintiff to plead that a statement of opinion was untrue by only alleging that the opinion was objectively false, or if they also needed to allege that the statement was subjectively false (i.e., the speaker knew the opinion was false when made).