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Secondary Offerings and State Court Securities Suits

As readers will recall, in March 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court held in the Cyan case that state courts retain concurrent jurisdiction for liability actions under the Securities Act of 1933. Commentators have correctly identified this decision as primarily of … Continue reading

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Steven Knuttila-Former Capital Financial Services Broker-Discloses 2 Regulatory Events, 23 Customer Suits and a Termination-Perham, MN

Rex Securities Law- Stockbroker Malpractice Attorney. Nationwide representation. March  2019 – Perham, MN According to public records of Steven Roland Knuttila (CRD#3039112)  a  stockbroker previously employed by Capital Financial Services, Inc., disclose 2 regulatory events, 16 pending customer disputes, 23 prior customer … Continue reading

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Are There Deadlines to File Copyright Infringement Suits?

This article is the second in a series, analyzing the Supreme Court’s decision in Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v. Wall-Street.com, LLC., issued on March 4, 2019. In the briefing submitted to the Supreme Court in connection with the Fourth … Continue reading

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In Adopting the Registration Approach to Copyright Suits, SCOTUS Highlights a Statute of Limitations Issue

SCOTUS has finally resolved the copyright registration debate but in doing so has emphasized a statute of limitations issue of which we should all be aware. This post follows up on my colleague’s prior posts (and here) regarding when a … Continue reading

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Online impersonation in Texas divorce suits

Interesting article in Texas Lawyer this week about the effect of online impersonation having growing relevance in Texas family law. People are increasingly impersonating spouses, paramours, and others online out of spite or to gain leverage. In 2009, Texas made … Continue reading

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