Accredited Investors Debate Puts SEC On Hot Seat May 27, 2016

This Law360 report discusses current issues with the SEC’s Regulation D, which was laid out nearly 35 years ago, as well as changes that could be made to it in order to better protect investors from stockbroker misconduct in today’s climate. Specifically, McCarthy Lebit Investor Claims attorney Hugh. D. Berkson explains how a growing number of accredited investors has made it easier to promote fraudulent dealings, as has been seen by the increasing number of Ponzi schemes in the last couple of years.

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