Joseph McLaughlin is a Senior Counsel in the New York office of Sidley Austin LLP. His practice areas include: public and private U.S. and international securities offerings; U.S. disclosure obligations of public companies; U.S. broker-dealer regulation, including SEC and SRO rules relating to electronic communication, research, financial responsibility, securities credit, short sales, manipulation, misuse of nonpublic information, compliance and supervisory obligations, and activities of offshore broker-dealers.
He has been a speaker at, and contributor of written materials to, programs sponsored by Practicing Law Institute, The Federalist Society, Glasser Legal Works, ALI-ABA, Securities Industry Association, Bond Market Association, and University of California at San Diego (Securities Regulation Institute). He is the co-author (with Charles J. Johnson, Jr.) of Corporate Finance and the Securities Laws (4th ed. 2006; Aspen Law & Business). While at Columbia Law School, Mr. McLaughlin received the Robert Noxon Toppan Prize in Constitutional Law. From 1988 to 1992, he was an Adjunct Professor of Law at New York University School of Law.