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Securities Fraud and the Statute of Limitations: The Strange Case of the Modified Uniform Securities Act
(Creighton University School of Law, 1977)
INTRODUCTION|Oddly enough, the statute of limitations for fraud under the federal securities laws oftentimes varies, depending upon the state in which the action is brought or what state statute of limitations otherwise ...
Securities - Private Placements and Limited Partnership Offerings: Changes in the Rules
(Creighton University School of Law, 1978)
FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|The past year saw perhaps the most significant changes in and interpretations of Nebraska securities law in terms of practical impact since the Modified Uniform Securities Act was adopted in Nebraska in ...
Partnership Interests as Securities: An Alice in Wonderland Tour
(Creighton University School of Law, 1976)
INTRODUCTION|Every sale of a security which takes place in Nebraska must be registered under the Securities Act of Nebraska, unless an exemption from registration is available. There is, for example, a limited exemption ...
Goodbye Private Placement, Hello 146 - Recent Appellate Court Decisions Suggest That Investment Bankers Should No Longer Rely on the Private Placement Exemption
(Creighton University School of Law, 1973)
INTRODUCTION|"For 40 years there has been great uncertainty as to what constitutes a private offering." - Former S.E.C. Chairman William J. Casey (1972). When the Securities Act of 1933 was adopted by Congress, it contained ...
New Guidelines for Private and Intrastate Securities Offerings: Securities and Exchange Commission Rules 146 and 147
(Creighton University School of Law, 1974)
INTRODUCTION|On June 10, 1974, Securities and Exchange Commission [Commission Rule 146 became effective, in effect rewriting the book on private placements of securities. This followed closely on the heels of Commission ...