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Insider Trading by William Wang & Marc Steinberg: Congress, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have heightened their scrutiny of the trading of stock in the aftermath of recent corporate misconduct scandals. Some cases reach celebrity status (e.g., Martha Stewart) and lawyers practicing and advising corporations on internal trades need to stay abreast of the details and intricacies of these transactions. Insider Trading, a single volume in its third edition, has already received high praise for its comprehensive treatment of insider trading. This new edition is fully updated and serves as the go-to treatise for securities practitioners, in-house counsel, and any attorney looking for clear and comprehensive information on insider trading liability.

Features

•   Provides clear and concise information on insider trading liability
•   Written by two experts in the field, who provide practitioners with compliance strategies, sample policies and procedures, and effective defenses against government and private actions
•   Is a comprehensive, up-to-date resource for specific aspects of government enforcement in a single volume

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Impact on Society, the Issuer, and the Insider Trader"s Employer

Chapter 3 The Harm to Individual Investors from a Specific Insider Trade

Chapter 4 Some Basic Elements of Insider Trading Liability Under Section 10(b) and Rule 10b-5

Chapter 5 Those Who Violate Section 10(b) and Rule 10b-5 by Insider Trading or Tipping

Chapter 6 The Rule 10b-5 Private Plaintiffs Who Can Sue a Stock Market Insider Trader for Damages

Chapter 7 Government Enforcement

Chapter 8 The ALI"s Federal Securities Code

Chapter 9 Rule 14e-3: Insider Trading or Tipping in the Tender Offer Context

Chapter 10 Section 17(a) of the Securities Act of 1933

Chapter 11 The Federal Mail and Wire Fraud Statutes

Chapter 12 Black-Out Periods

Chapter 13 Compliance Programs

Chapter 14 "Insider Trading" Under Section 16

Chapter 15 State Common Law and State Law Claim by Issuer