Skip to main content
Banner Image

Securities Regulation: Home

Securities Regulation concerns efforts to protect investors from fraud, particularly by mandating that investors have efficient access to risk and benefit investment information.

Introduction

Securities Regulation concerns efforts  to protect investors from fraud, particularly by mandating that investors have efficient access to risk and benefit investment information. Thus, securities law regulates brokers and traders, as well as seeks to protect the purchase, sale, and trade of securities. Topics include the creation of a security, security holder suffrage and other rights, securities distribution in capital formation, securities trading, and special liabilities associated with securities transactions.

Need Help?

Contact a Law Librarian:

research.services@law.csuohio.edu
Phone (Voice):216-687-6877

Text messages only:  216-539-3331