The Promise and Perils of Regulating ESG
Troy A. Paredes, former SEC Commissioner, shares his thoughts on the ESG movement.
Leaving Broker Inducements Behind
Scholar presents defenses that the SEC may use to legitimize restrictions on broker inducements.
Back to the Future of U.S. Securities Regulation
Scholars analyze the history of Supreme Court securities law jurisprudence to predict what lies ahead.
Why the SEC is Wrong About Implied Preclusion
Federal securities regulators should not use implied preclusion to shield themselves from constitutional challenge.
Assessing the Frequency of Quarterly Earnings Reports
Two camps emerge in a heated regulatory debate over the frequency of earnings reports.
Regulatory Lessons From the Meme Economy
Scholars review the rise and fall of GameStop stock and urge updates to securities laws.
When Securities Enforcement Hurts the Securities Market
Scholar argues that traditional enforcement against digital assets will only reduce information for investors.
The Role for Distributed Ledgers in Voluntary Carbon Markets
Distributed ledger technology can facilitate more efficient and reliable carbon credit markets.
DeFi, Disintermediation, and the Regulatory Path Ahead
As decentralized finance projects eliminate the need for financial intermediaries, regulators may need to fundamentally rethink their approach.
Disintermediation and Decentralization in Financial Markets
Fintech promises to decentralize and democratize financial markets, but consumer protection and regulation are still needed.
The Trading Game
The gamification of financial trading apps should be cultivated, not criticized.
DeFi Is the Next Frontier for Fintech Regulation
Regulators need a new approach to regulate Decentralized Finance.