Securities Regulation Law Journal
Mark J. Loewenstein, Rethinking Statutory Antiwaiver Provisions Following the Lloyd's of London Litigation, 27 Sec. Reg. L.J. 48 (1999), available at http://scholar.law.colorado.edu/articles/830.
In the Lloyd's of London cases, the United States Courts of Appeals upheld certain forum-selection clauses that effectually deprived investors of the protections of the federal securities laws as if the investors had expressly waived those protections. This article examines statutory antiwaiver provisions in light of the Lloyd's cases, exploring the effect those provisions have on the administration of the federal securities laws, and suggests that the law be amended to allow contractual waiver in certain circumstances.
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