Cheryl C. Nichols-Publications
In Progress: CHERYL C. NICHOLS and JASMINE ABRAHAM, BROKER-DEALER REGULATION: CASES AND ANALYSIS (Upcoming)
Addressing Inept SEC Enforcement Efforts: Lessons from Madoff, the Hedge Fund Industry, and Title IV of the Dodd-Frank Act for US and Global Financial Systems, Upcoming May 2011, Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business, 2011 Symposium Issue—Moving Forward: How the Global Financial Crisis Changes International Business Law
Mutual Recognition Based on Substituted Compliance: An Integral Component of the SEC’s Mandate, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Journal of International Law & Commercial Regulation, Vol. 34, Page 101. January 2009.
H.R. 2179, The Securities Fraud Deterrence and Investor Restitution Act of 2004: A Testament to Selective Federal Preemption, Suffolk Transnational Law Review, Vol. 31, Page 33. Spring 2008.
The Importance of Selective Federal Preemption in the US Securities Regulatory Framework: A Lesson From Canada Our Neighbor to the North, Chapman Law Review, Volume 10, No.2, Winter 2006.
Arbitrator Selection at the NASD: Investor Perception of a Pro-Securities Industry Bias, Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution (Published in Cooperation with the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution), Volume 15, No.1, 1999.
updated: January 18, 2013