LAW 6217: Securities Litigation

3 Credits

This course focuses on SEC enforcement of the federal securities laws and on the express and implied private rights of action under the federal securities laws, including the procedural rules for class action securities litigation. Students will read and critique federal cases, draft complaints, answers, motions to dismiss and other pleadings, and participate in a mock oral argument on their written pleadings. Evaluation will be based on class participation, written pleadings, the oral argument, and a final exam.

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