Bond lawyers feeling hot breath of S.E.C

October 1977
American Bar Association Journal;Oct77, Vol. 63 Issue 10, p1371
Academic Journal
Reports on the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Congress' filing of lawsuits to require the municipal-securities market to comply with the disclosure and antifraud provisions of the securities laws. SEC expansion of the liability of bond lawyers; Comments of New York City attorney Donald J. Robinson on the SEC policy to hold lawyers responsible for misstatements and omission of material facts to investor; Discussion on the issue of disclosure in the August 1977 report on New York City's financial problems by SEC. INSET: How bond lawyers can protect themselves.


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