Pierre-Louis, Lydie Nadia Cabrera
January 2007
St. John's Law Review;Winter2007, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p307
Academic Journal
The article explores the loopholes in the application of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code to the securities market. It also provides an overview of securities arbitration and bankruptcy law. It examines the relevant changes that Sarbanes-Oxley has made to the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. It proposes an amendment to National Association of Securities Dealers Rules and Regulations.


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