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Many courts have done away with oral argument on motions. The District of Minnesota, however, continues to holds hearings on dispositive and non-dispositive motions.
Does the United States Patent Act apply to a U.S. ship in international waters?
As mandated by the JOBS Act, the SEC adopted rules to amend Regulation A to facilitate smaller companies’ access to capital.
The SEC recently announced its first enforcement action against a company for requiring employees to sign confidentiality agreements “with the potential to stifle the whistleblowing process.”
Ever since the Second Circuit overturned the insider trading convictions of two former hedge fund managers in United States v. Newman, there has been considerable debate about how difficult it may be for the SEC to move forward with insider trading cases.
Recently, the SEC charged the former CEO of Polycom with using nearly $200,000 in corporate funds for personal perks that were not disclosed to investors.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court set the standards for when a company’s statements of opinion.
In a speech at Tulane’s Corporate Law Institute, SEC Chair Mary Jo White weighed in on the debate over shareholder activism.
SEC Chair White addressed the debate over bylaw provisions that shift company litigation expenses to shareholders.
A recommendation was made that the “accredited investor” definition be expanded to include individuals who meet a “sophistication test, regardless of income or net worth.”