Onnig Dombalagian specializes in U.S. and international regulation of securities and derivatives markets and the relationship of federal and state law in the governance of public companies.
Dombalagian, who joined the Tulane Law School faculty in 2003, brings practical experience in market regulation: he worked as an attorney fellow at the Securities and Exchange Commission and in private practice as an associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton. He is currently a member of the National Adjudicatory Council of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and an arbitrator with FINRA Dispute Resolution. FINRA is the largest independent regulator of securities firms doing business in the United States.
His book Chasing the Tape: Information Law and Policy in Capital Markets (The MIT Press) debuted in April 2015. He also published “The Expressive Synergies of the Volcker Rule” (Boston College Law Review 2013), and is working on a book entitled "Chasing the Tape: Information Law and Policy in U.S. Capital Markets."
He received the Felix Frankfurter Distinguished Teaching Award in 2007 and was a visiting professor at the American University of Armenia in 2000.
Professor Dombalagian's CV | SSRN author page
Fall 2015 - Business Enterprises; Capital Markets Seminar
Spring 2016 - Corporate Finance