The stock market is excited about SPACs, but regulators worry they could harm retail investors.
The SEC paves the way for companies to raise capital directly from investors in initial offerings.
Scholar argues that the SEC should protect investors by requiring greater disclosures for private offerings.
The SEC should do more to support the use of innovative technologies by investors in capital markets.
Regulations have not decreased cryptocurrency trading within some U.S. and foreign markets.
The Supreme Court failed to clarify a key aspect of fraud claims in Lorenzo v. SEC.
Regulators consider whether mutual funds’ common ownership of competing companies is bad for consumers.
Scholar suggests alternatives to regulating cryptocurrency offerings as conventional securities.
Reducing the power of technocrats will strengthen democratic legitimacy and political stability.
The Court’s decision about administrative judges skirts major separation of powers questions.
Regulation can accommodate innovation while promoting broader social goals.
New article shows how small businesses and startups may trade shares fairly and efficiently.