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Tracing


Peter B. Oh


University of Pittsburgh - School of Law


Tulane Law Review, Vol. 80, 2006
William Mitchell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1

Abstract:     
Tracing is a method that appears within multiple fields of law. Distinct conceptions of tracing, however, have arisen independently within securities and remedial law. In the securities context plaintiffs must trace their securities to a specific offering to pursue certain relief under the Securities Act of 1933. In the remedial context victims who trace their misappropriated value into a wrongdoer's hands can claim any derivative value, even if it has appreciated.

This article is the first to compare and then cross-apply tracing within these two contexts. Specifically, this article argues that securities law should adopt a version of the rules-based tracing method from remedial law. This method's tracing of exchanged value, instead of purchased securities, will restore broad access to private civil remedies and the optimal level of deterrence for fraudulent public offerings.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 47

Keywords: Intradisciplinarity, Public Offerings, Remedies, Restitution, Securities Act of 1933, Tracing, Unjust Enrichment

JEL Classification: E44, E59, G21, G29, K19, K22, K39, K42, K49,

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Date posted: April 30, 2005  

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Oh, Peter B., Tracing. Tulane Law Review, Vol. 80, 2006; William Mitchell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=889834

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