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Effective only since Dec. 1, 2005, recent reforms to the Securities Act of 1933 — designed to modernize the securities-offering process — have begun to have an impact on securities distribution techniques. Before these rules took effect, the basic regulatory framework for securities distributions had changed little since 1933 despite enormous advances in communication technology and the size and sophistication of the securities markets. The new rules effect a number of significant changes, ranging from technical aspects of the registration process to fundamental issues of whether and when various offering participants have Securities Act liabilities.

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