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By Jay Vaughan, Mike Goldstein, Naomi Harralson May, Caitlyn Shelby
This negotiated rulemaking has been marked by several significant procedural changes from prior sessions.
By Cydney Posner
You may recall that at the end of last year, SEC Chair Jay Clayton and Corp Fin Chief Accountant Kyle Moffatt were warning at various conferences about some of the risks the SEC was monitoring, among them the LIBOR phase-out, ...
By Cydney Posner
Much has been written about the problems associated with the prevalence of short-term thinking in corporate America.
By Cydney Posner
You might want to take a look at this interesting column from Bloomberg's Matt Levine, talking about some recent developments in the IPO market.
By David Navetta, Kristopher Kleiner
We have outlined key information about the five cybersecurity threats and ten cybersecurity practices presented in the Cybersecurity Guidelines below.
By Cydney Posner
You'll recall that, at the end of last year prior to the shutdown, Corp Fin posted a series of FAQs designed to help companies in the registration process (or contemplating offerings) but expected to be caught in the shutdown.
By Adam Connolly, Alex Murchison
On Tuesday in San Francisco, the California Department of Justice held its first of six public forums on the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 before a packed room of industry representatives and public citizens.
By David Navetta, Andrew Esptein, Jina John
The Court found that employers are legally obligated to implement and maintain reasonable security measures to protect employees' personal data in their possession.
By Jacqueline Grise, Becket McGrath, Howard Morse, Dee Bansal, Megan Browdie, David Burns, Sharon Connaughton, Christine Graham, Julia Renehan, Sarah Swain
As 2019 kicks off, the Cooley antitrust group highlights 10 recent developments and trends corporate counsel should be aware of – from the US Supreme Court and lower courts, the DoJ and FTC ...
By Cydney Posner
In case you were questioning whether the SEC continues (assuming it reopens at some point) to address the inappropriate use of non-GAAP financial measures with the same level of gravity as in prior years, ...
By Cooley LLP
The California State Attorney General's office announced that it will be holding six rulemaking workshops for the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 ("CCPA").
By Cydney Posner
On Tuesday, the SEC finally dredged up the 2015 proposal to implement section 955 of Dodd-Frank regarding hedging disclosure in proxy statements and, without an open meeting
By Alexander Selarnick
The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently issued a decision highlighting the significance of full disclosure in an insurance policy warranty statement
By Cydney Posner
In March 2018, in Cyan Inc. v. Beaver County Employees Retirement Fund, SCOTUS held that state courts continue to have concurrent jurisdiction over class actions alleging only '33 Act violations
By Cydney Posner
If the SEC shuts down, it will still be possible to file to remove a delaying amendment. In that event, the registration statement will be effective once 20 days have passed.
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