Washington University Law Quarterly
Section II of this Article sets forth our understanding of what the Reform Act requires a plaintiff to set forth in a complaint to state a valid claim that a corporation has made false or misleading public statements in violation of section 10(b) and Rule 10(b)(5). Section III describes our case study of GTF. Section IV analyzes the options a court would face in a case similar to the "quasi-hypothetical" we studied and suggests the option we believe a court should choose.
Elliott J. Weiss and Janet E. Moser,
Enter Yossarian: How to Resolve the Procedural Catch-22 That the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act Creates,
76 Wash. U. L. Q. 457
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