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Resources within the Cheetah™ Federal Securities Law Suite provide expert analysis, practice tools, authoritative content, and current awareness organized across all primary SEC practices areas, including:
- Expert analysis —Insights from leading practitioners on all aspects of federal securities regulation, including Securities Regulation by Louis Loss (late), Joel Seligman, and Troy Paredes; and Corporate Finance and the Securities Laws by Charles J. Johnson, Jr., Joseph McLaughlin, and Eric S. Haueter
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of federal securities law, and other primary sources materials.
- Current awareness — Stay on top of the latest developments through news from Securities Regulation Daily, the Federal
Securities Law Reporter Report Letters and SEC Today and several newsletters.
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Pair of Bitcoin trusts file registrations seeking to overcome regulatory hurdles to ETPs, other offerings
Bitwise Asset Management filed a registration statement for Bitwise Bitcoin ETF Trust that, if a soon-to-be-filed exchange rule change proposal is approved by the SEC, would allow it to operate a...
European Securities and Markets Authority urges adoption of common EU approach for crypto-assets
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) provided additional guidance to EU institutions in connection with initial coin offerings (ICO’s) and crypto-assets in a 49-page Advice...
House passes stand-alone bill funding SEC, CFTC as president walks out on talks with Congressional leaders
After a nearly three-week federal government shutdown, including at the SEC and the CFTC, due to a lapse in appropriations, the Democrat-controlled House has passed legislation (H.R. 264), the stand...
Directors have broad, presumptive right to see books and records
An Illinois appellate court issued a rare decision on a director’s right to inspect corporate books, determining that while the rule for shareholder access has been statutorily...
Repackaged claims fail to jumpstart fraud action involving electric car manufacturer
Plaintiffs in a fraud action involving a venture capitalist firm and a doomed automotive startup could not avoid the three-year statute of limitations prescribed by the Illinois Securities Law by...