The RICO and Securities Fraud Law Reporter is an indispensable and comprehensive monthly for anyone practicing in the RICO, securities or financial fraud areas to quickly learn the applicable developments in a concise and understandable manner. No other service available publishes the decisions, organizes them under issue headings, and analyzes significant new decisions in the context of existing case law. Not only do we publish timely articles on areas of concern but, in an effort to facilitate the practitioner’s understanding of the various, and nearly incomprehensible, issues under RICO, i.e., the “pattern” and “enterprise” requirements, the Reporter contains numerous up-to-date “Introductions” which clarify the law in a concise fashion. Taken together, these components represent a treatise on RICO by which lawyers can learn of the major cases in their field shortly after they are issued.
To enable our subscribers to quickly research appropriate precedents for their cases, the Reporter provides, among other things:
- Recent Decisions of interest to litigators involved in RICO cases
- a “Highlights” column, which describes the recent RICO and securities fraud cases of note
- a Cumulative Decision Index which allows practitioners to easily scan the developments in each circuit on various aspects of RICO and securities fraud
- an Overview of Case Law, a comprehensive treatise on RICO covering all major litigation issues
- Recent Developments in ongoing cases, courts and legislative concerns
The Reporter sponsors Round Table events when new decisions appear to represent pivot points in the law. For example, we published:
- A Symposium on the class action implications of the Supreme Court’s decision in Comcast v. Behrend featuring commentary by six expert practitioners: http://www.lawreporters.com/am13sra.pdf
- A Symposiums on the use of statistical analysis to prove market efficiency featuring commentary by both litigators and event study experts: http://www.lawreporters.com/sep14sra.pdf
- A Round Table on Fee-Shifting Bylaws featuring commentary by Professor John Coffee, Professor Larry Hamermesh and ex-SEC Chairman, Harvey Pitt: http://www.lawreporters.com/feeshiftingbylaws.pdf
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