Washington University Law Review
This Article examines the intersection of fee-shifting bylaws and federal private securities fraud suits. Specifically, this Article hypothesizes about the effects fee-shifting bylaws would have, if enforceable, on private securities fraud litigation. It then turns to the validity of fee-shifting bylaws under federal law and concludes that they are invalid as applied to securities fraud claims. In light of this conclusion, this Article considers whether Congress should pass legislation to validate fee-shifting bylaws and determines that it should not.
William K. Sjostrom Jr.,
The Intersection of Fee-Shifting Bylaws and Securities Fraud Litigation,
93 Wash. U. L. Rev. 379
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