Professor Donna Nagy teaches and writes in the areas of securities litigation, securities regulation and corporations. Her scholarship includes two co-authored books, one on the law of insider trading (with Ralph Ferrara and Herbert Thomas) and a casebook on securities litigation and enforcement (with Margaret Sachs and Richard Painter).
She has written numerous law review articles on matters including, most recently, the selective disclosure of government information; government officials and financial conflicts of interest; and insider trading and fiduciary principles. She is also a frequent speaker on securities regulation and litigation topics at law schools and professional conferences.
Areas of Expertise
Corporate law, securities law.