In this Article. Professor Fisch examines the history and legacy of Lampf, Pleva, Lipkind, Prupis & Petigrow v. Gilberston, the controversial 1991 Supreme Court decision that established a federal statute of limitations for private causes of action brought under Rule 10b-5. In Part I Professor Fisch reviews the history of the 10b-5 statute of limitations prior to LampE Part II then analyzes both the issues resolved and questions raised by Lampf. Part III traces the congressional reaction to Lampf that culminated in the addition of section 27A to the Securities Act of 1934. In Part IV, Professor Fisch concludes by analyzing the legitimacy of section 27A and the many issues left unanswered by this statutory response to Lampf.
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Fisch, Jill E., "As Time Goes By: New Questions About the Statute of Limitations for Rule 10b-5" (1993). Faculty Scholarship at Penn Carey Law. 1054.
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61 Fordham L. Rev. S101 (1993).