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Practical Lessons Learned From the First 100 Days of Securities Offering Reform
Authors: Stanton D. Wong, Todd W. Eckland, Jeffrey J. Delaney, David S. Baxter

3/10/2006

Today marks the 100th day of the securities offering reform rules under the Securities Act of 1933 that became effective on December 1, 2005. Many of our clients have been interested in the evolving market practice on several issues involving these securities offering reform rules. This client alert summarizes some of these general developments that we have observed over the past three months.

To read this publication in its entirety, click the link in the adjacent "Downloads" section.

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