Contains an overview of the laws and regulations of 53 jurisdictions (50 states plus Washington, D.C., Guam and Puerto Rico). In a fast-answer format, it provides information on state laws regulating the issuance and sale of securities, as well as licensing and activities of issuers, brokers-dealers, agents, and investment advisers.
This multi-volume resource helps determine where and how to qualify securities issues. The Blue Sky Law Reporter brings together laws and regulations for all 50 states plus the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. It also
contains selected policy statements, interpretive opinions, administrative orders and no-action letters that further explain the laws and regulations as well as selected Blue Sky decisions from both state and federal courts from 1936 to the present.
Provides a general introduction to state regulation of public and private offerings of securities of direct participation programs, as well as an examination of the requirements relating to the various types of programs. It also examines the requirements and pivotal issues relating to real estate investment trusts, oil and gas programs, public equipment leasing, public cattle feeding programs, commodity pool programs, publicly offered direct participation programs such as cable television and movies, and asset-backed securities.
Covers legal and strategic issues central to state securities practice, including analysis on the basics of securities offerings under state law, as well as specific focus on the regulatory and enforcement schemes in each state. Topics include: Offer & Sale, Registrations & Exemptions; Merit Regulation; Regulation of Broker-Dealers, Investment Advisers and Associated Persons; Blue Sky Laws and the Internet; Fraudulent Practices; Administration and Enforcement of Blue Sky Laws; Practice and Procedure of Blue Sky Laws; Franchise and Business Opportunities; Regulation of Small Business Capital.