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By Frederick Baron, Ann Bevitt, Wendy Brenner, Leslie Cancel, Dennis Childs, Helenanne Connolly, Eric Kauffman, Elizabeth Lewis, Joshua Mates, Gerard O'Shea, Michael Sheetz, Gregory Tenhoff, Lois Voelz
As the calendar turns from 2018 to 2019, New York's minimum wage and minimum exempt salary threshold are set to increase in accordance with their respective implementation schedules.
By Cydney Posner
Officials at the SEC all seem to be singing the same tune these days, emphasizing the need to amp up company disclosures regarding Brexit, the LIBOR phase-out and cybersecurity.
By Cydney Posner
The WSJ is reporting that, in a speech to the FEI Current Financial Reporting Issues Conference in New York, SEC Chair Jay Clayton advised the audience that the SEC is "sharpening its focus on corporate disclosures ..."
By Cydney Posner
Way back in 2016, the SEC issued a Concept Release requesting comment on an enormous variety of potential changes to Reg S-K, including sustainability.
By Cydney Posner
Is board stability always a good thing? A new study from consultant Spencer Stuart showed that, in 2018, 428 new directors were elected to boards of companies in the S&P 500, the most new directors since 2004, ...
By Edward Turtle, Olivia Flasch
Government will take caution dealing with chemicals in event of "no deal" Brexit
By Andrew Hoffman, Adam Connolly
Citing the proliferation of online bots used to deceive consumers and influence voters, the California legislature recently passed the nation's first law directly regulating online bots.
By Luke Cadigan, Koji Fukumura, Jonathan Kim, Eric Kuwana, Boris Segalis, David Navetta, Michael Rhodes, Cydney Posner, Jina John
On October 16, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission issued an investigative report signaling its intent to use sections 13(b)(2)(B)(i) and (iii) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 to pursue enforcement actions ...
By Sarah DiFrancesca
Because this change applies to all data submitted on or after January 1, 2022, companies must begin collecting reportable data on January 1, 2021.
By Cydney Posner
The NYSE has proposed a change to Section 303A.00 of the Listed Company Manual related to the exemption from the compensation committee requirements applicable to smaller reporting companies.
By Cydney Posner
Corp Fin has posted some updates to its CDIs relating to the new rule amendments regarding smaller reporting companies.
By Cydney Posner
And given that it's election day, it's a good time to step back and consider the big picture.
By Cydney Posner
No, it's not Groundhog Day. (In fact, it's election day. Go vote!) But this proposal from the NYSE to amend Sections 312.03 and 312.04 of the Listed Company Manual sounds remarkably similar to the one that the SEC has just approved for Nasdaq ...
By Cydney Posner
The selection of and disclosure regarding CAMs will certainly present a challenge for both audit committees and auditors.
By Michelle Lara, Lisette Sell, David Walsh, Thomas Welk, Stacy Crosnicker
The amount by which the limits are adjusted each year is based on a cost of living index. Not all limits increase every year.
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