Comments

Forthcoming, NYU Journal of Law and Business, vol. 1 (2005).

Abstract

The SEC is currently holding hearings on sweeping changes to the micro-structure of the country's securities trading markets - modifying the trade through rule, for example. Professor Oesterle argues that the SEC should not be in the business of so structuring the country's securities markets in the first place. In the piece he chronicles the SEC's expansive interpretation of its power under Congress's 1975 National Market System Amendments to the 1934 Securities and Exchange Act and questions whether Congress intended to grant the SEC such a mandate.

Disciplines

Corporation and Enterprise Law | Securities Law

Date of this Version

January 2005