July 2012 Securities Law Top Blawgs

  1. Covers legal and investment issues facing emerging tech companies.
  2. Covers compliance, employment and industry intelligence for investment professionals and investment, planning and regulatory intelligence for investors. By James J. Eccleston.
  3. Commentaries on security regulation.
  4. News and commentary on Directors and Officers Liability. By Kevin M. LaCroix.
  5. A faculty-student collaboration on corporate governance. By Professor J. Robert Brown, Jr.
  6. Covers California securities law, corporate governance, mergers & acquisitions and securities litigation. By Keith Paul Bishop.
  7. Covers securities arbitration, state securities law, court decisions and law review articles. By Eric C. Chaffee.
  8. Covers broker fraud, investor fraud, marketing timing, and securities fraud. By Shepherd Smith Edwards & Kantas.
  9. Covers Canadian securities law topics, including disclosures, corporate governance, mergers, registration and compliance. By Stikeman Elliott.
  10. Covers securities fraud cases, investment fraud practices and securities industry regulations.
  11. Covers business law, labor & employment, real estate and securities and finance topics. By Scarinci Hollenbeck.
  12. Covers securities broker abuses, early retirement scams, elder abuses, subprime mortages, collateralized debt obligations, and annuities.
  13. Covers corporate and securities law. By Broc Romanek.
  14. Covers the happenings in the Securities and Investment Fraud Sector. By Guiliano Law Firm.
  15. Focuses on complliance, corporate governance, disclosure, mergers and tax issues. By Sheppard Mullin.
  16. Covers mergers & acquisitions. From editor Broc Romanek, who is also editor of TheCorporateCounsel.net.
  17. Covers the right to recover money from dishonest stockbrokers and investment advisers.
  18. Covers hedge fund laws and starting a hedge fund.
  19. Features news, commentary and thoughts on the law of the securities markets. By Mark Astarita.
  20. Covers white collar crime, securities fraud, the accounting profession, internal controls and Sarbanes-Oxley. By Sam E. Antar.