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Securities

Jan. 28, 2019

Securities Law Special

As the 46th Securities Regulation Institute convenes in San Diego, we examine three prominent securities law cases under SCOTUS consideration. Peter Henning (Wayne Law; formerly SEC) unpacks 'Lorenzo v. SEC' and misstatement liability, Matthew Close (O'Melveny) discusses 'Emulex v. Varjabedian' and tender offer omissions, and Brendan Cullen (Sullivan & Cromwell) chats 'Toshiba v. AIPTF' and the Security Exchange Act's extraterritorial limits.

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Brendan P. Cullen

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

1870 Embarcadero Rd
Palo Alto , CA 94303

Phone: (650) 461-5650

Fax: (650) 461-5700

Email: cullenb@sullcrom.com

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Matthew W. Close

Securities Litigation Partner, O'Melveny & Myers LLP

400 S Hope St 18th Fl
Los Angeles , CA 90071

Phone: (213) 430-6000

Fax: (213) 430-6407

Email: mclose@omm.com

UC Berkeley SOL Boalt Hall; Berkeley CA

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Peter Henning

Professor of Law, Wayne Law


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Brian Cardile

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