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Changing Standards of Lawyer Liability

15 August 2006

Securities Law 360

A recent opinion by the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) sanctioning bond counsel for being negligent in providing advice to a school district signals a possible retreat from the long-held position of the Commission that it will not sanction lawyers for providing negligent legal advice to issuers.

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