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This bill would require U.S. public companies to disclose the existence and extent of cybersecurity expertise or experience on their boards.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board recently issued two exposure drafts to clarify the definition of materiality in accounting standards.
Join attorney Steve Helland as he discusses the current and future role of cyber liability insurance, how insurance and contractual risk transfer interplay and how to create a best-in-class cyber risk strategy for your business.
Patagonia, Ace Hardware, Aeropostale, Bed Bath & Beyond and Estee Lauder are the most recent companies sued by blind plaintiffs, alleging their websites are not accessible to the blind as required by the ADA.
A recent report indicated that many public companies’ clawback policies are not consistent with the SEC’s proposed clawback rule issued earlier this year.
The Council of Institutional Investors recently released two publications, one highlighting effective engagement practices between public companies and their investors and another focused on related disclosures.
On December 4, 2015, the transportation bill known as the FAST Act became law. It contains a number of securities law provisions that will benefit emerging growth companies.
The FAST Act also amends Section 4 of the Securities Act of 1933 to essentially codify a generally accepted exemption for private resales of restricted and control securities by persons other than an issuer or a subsidiary.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently investigated Niall Luxury Goods over whether the firm overstated the extent to which its watches are made in the U.S.
Two key proxy advisors recently released their final voting policies for the 2016 proxy season.