Chicago Journal of International Law


This comment will introduce the international antifraud enforcement problems created by the increasingly transnational securities markets. It will state and analyze existing American law and the likely path the law will take, especially with regard to the Internet. The piece will examine the implemented and proposed solutions to this global dilemma, and it will suggest that these measures are either ineffective or incomplete. Finally, the comment will propose a new solution-the creation of a set of binding international regulations for transnational. transactions that will give investors and markets sufficient protection from fraud while eliminating the current American hegemony.