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By Cydney Posner
Among the issues considered were the impact of "dry runs," changes to company disclosures and changes in controls.
By John Crittenden
Trademarks Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of United States, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
By Cydney Posner
Who else but Delaware Chief Justice Leo Strine would bid his farewell to the Delaware bench with nothing less ambitious than a "comprehensive proposal to reform the American corporate governance system".
By Eric Schwartzman
The purchase price in a private deal is never the headline number you first read about.
By Eric Schwartzman
Equity commitment letters are essentially ubiquitous in private equity deals and guarantees are common when debt financing and reverse termination fees are in the mix.
By Cydney Posner
In 2019 Proxy Season Recap and 2020 Trends to Watch from consultant ICR, posted on The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation.
By Cooley LLP
We are expecting the first draft of these regulations in October 2019.
By Sarah DiFrancesca
Health regulatory news and issues.
By Cooley LLP
California has approved a new law that extends its Paid Family Leave benefits from six weeks to eight weeks.
By Michael Coburn
Data is often the key ingredient to an insurtech's success.
By Cydney Posner
Last week, the SEC announced settled charges against PwC and one of its audit partners for violations of the auditor independence rules.
By Cydney Posner
As part of the new realignment, companies have been reassigned to one of seven new industry-focused offices.
By Julia Maskell
We anticipate that this guidance will be further updated as the 31 October Exit Day approaches.
By Cydney Posner
You may recall that, earlier this month, Corp Fin announced that it had revisited its approach to responding to no-action requests to exclude shareholder proposals.
By Travis LeBlanc, Christian Lee, David Navetta
Californians for Consumer Privacy needs to collect at least 623,212 signatures in order to qualify for the ballot initiative for November 2020.
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