Rethinking Securities Law
Our country’s current concerns in securities law addressed through books can be very insightful to legal professors, scholars, and counsel. Marc I. Steinberg has provided an in-depth analysis of our legal system over time, but his latest book comes with a more equipped understanding that opens up discussion on legal reform.
Marc I. Steinberg, or Professor Steinberg, as his students at the Southern Methodist University (SMU) Dedman School of Law call him, has a banking law book to be published at the end of June that will further explore the regulations within the SEC. Previously as an enforcement attorney at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Steinberg assisted the SEC’s General Counsel and served as the General Counsel’s confidential legal adviser. His expertise has made this upcoming book, Rethinking Securities Law, highly anticipated as it will explore securities law and propose new recommendations for law reform specifically within the Securities Act and Securities Exchange Act. The book is set to be released on June 30th and can be made available for purchase from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Google Books, and other book distributors.
Bound to Make an Impact
The author of over 150 law review articles and 40 books, Steinberg’s upcoming publication will undoubtedly identify and introduce a new perspective on the current regimen as well as create a discussion for legal scholars and professors. Stephen M. Bainbridge, Professor of Law at UCLA highly recommends Steinberg’s upcoming book. He even states on his blog that he expects Rethinking Securities Law to be a “strong candidate for the law book of 2021.”