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This casebook seeks to make both securities markets and securities regulation accessible and manageable, helping students to master the basic principles and structure of securities regulation and enabling them to begin their careers as corporate lawyers with confidence.
The philosophy of this leading casebook is that securities law is tricky, and most students need a straightforward guide through at least some of its aspects. Coverage of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 is kept separate, and care is taken to distinguish the different perspectives of the planner and the litigator. The authors try to approach the law from the perspective of the student. While professors of securities law may think of recent developments, such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, as add-ons, the text simply presents the law as it is today. Where it is important for students to realize that there has been a change or where there is a new and unresolved issue, however, the Sixth Edition makes that clear.
This is the 2008 case supplement to Coffee, Seligman, and Sale's Securities Regulation, Cases and Materials, 10th Edition.
Law school casebook designed to be used in conjunction with a general securities regulation course or a separate course on international securities regulation. Part One overs securities regulation in the three major markets in the world: the United States, the European Union, and Japan. Part Two deals with international and offshore markets, and Part Three deals with two important infastructure topics, capital adequacy and clearance and settlement.

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