Most Recent Blog Posts
With the so-called universal proxy rule stalled at the SEC since its proposal in late 2016, some investors have been taking matters into their own hands.
As initial public offerings rebound, the issue of thin trading has arisen.
Recent developments in the corporate bond market are sparking regulatory attention in the U.S. and abroad.
Federal Judge James P. Jones handed website owners, operators and developers a major win in April 2018 in dismissing the website accessibility/Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) case brought by blind plaintiff Keith Carroll.
When negotiating the sale of a bank, the buyers and sellers often engage in a kabuki dance over the indemnification provisions of the agreement. What should you expect as a buyer or a seller when it comes to these terms?
Are trademarks “intellectual property” under the Bankruptcy Code? According to a recent decision from the First Circuit Court of Appeals, the answer is “no,” and Section 365(n) of the Code does not offer protection to trademark licensees when the licensor files for chapter 11.
In its recent Merit Management decision, the Supreme Court narrowed the “securities” safe harbor for fraudulent transfer and other avoidance actions. Read about that case, and the impact it may have on how transactions are structured or on litigation strategy when a clawback action is commenced.
The choice of a chapter 11 operating trustee can provoke a fight. Follow this guide for a smooth path through the process of displacing an interim chapter 11 trustee or challenging an election.
SEC Still Encouraging Companies to Seek Relief from Unduly Burdensome Financial Reporting Requirements
Soon after he was sworn in last year, SEC Chairman Jay Clayton gave a speech in which he encouraged companies to use Rule 3-13 to request relief from unduly burdensome financial reporting requirements.
The implications of the Cyan decision are grim for public companies and their D&O insurance carriers.