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    05.03.12 Professor Roberta Karmel Questions the JOBS Act in the New York Law Journal
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    In her latest column in the New York Law Journal, Professor Roberta Karmel comments on the benefits and drawbacks of the newly passed JOBS Act, which eases securities and trade regulations on new media startup companies. As the Act's name suggests, proponents of the new legislation attest that it will create new jobs by supporting growing industries. Professor Karmel, on the other hand, argues that “the JOBS Act also gives the SEC, which has not yet fully implemented the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 due to inadequate budget appropriations, yet more rule-making assignments and mandates for conducting studies.”

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BLS LawNotes - Spring 2014

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