The primary issue to be analyzed in this article is the effect which Public Law 90-439, providing for full disclosure of equity ownership of securities under the Securities Act of 1934, will have on the disclosure duty of an outsider making a tender offer for control of a corporation. Resolution of this issue inevitably leads to the battle currently being fought among those learned in the area over the wisdom or lack thereof of placing any disclosure duty upon the outsider.
Melvin Robert Katskee,
The Genealogy of the Outsider's Role in Disclosure of Equity Ownership in Corporate Acquisition,
50 Neb. L. Rev. 65
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