“Re-Defining the Extraterritorial Reach of Anti-Fraud Protections Under the U.S. Securities Laws” by Michael Mann published in the Global Capital Markets & the U.S. Securities Laws 2013 Handbook

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June 5, 2013

Richards Kibbe & Orbe LLP partner Michael D. Mann published “Re-Defining the Extraterritorial Reach of Anti-Fraud Protections Under the U.S. Securities Laws,” which appeared in the PLI handbook titled Global Capital Markets & the U.S. Securities Laws 2013.

In the article, Mr. Mann examined the Supreme Court’s decision in Morrison v. National Australia Bank Ltd., which held that the application of the securities laws to a particular case must be resolved on the merits and does not dictate the subject matter jurisdiction of the federal courts. The article also evaluated the legislative response to Morrison and a SEC Staff study regarding private rights of action.

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