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Insights: The Corporate & Securities Law Advisor back issues
Dialogue with the director of the SEC division of corporation finance.(John W. White)(Interview)
January 1, 2007... At the meeting of the Federal Regulation of Securities Committee, Business Law Section of the American Bar Association (ABA) in Washington, DC on December 1, 2006, John W. White, Director of the Division of Corporation Finance (Division) of the Securities and Exchange Commission (Commission...
The Delaware court of Chancery gets serious about stockholder meetings.
January 1, 2007... On November 29, 2006, the Delaware Court of Chancery issued its decision in Esopus Creek Value LP v. Hauf, (1) in which Vice Chancellor Stephen P. Lamb addressed three important issues. First, he reaffirmed the consistent line of Delaware cases holding that a corporation's inability to...
A single measure for best execution.(disclosure of trading statistics )
January 1, 2007... Best execution refers to rules requiring broker-dealers to fulfill a trade on behalf of a customer (an investor) at the best price available in the market. Despite this simple definition, few issues in today's securities markets have been more controversial. Recent regulatory developments...
New bank "push-out" rules: compliance nightmare or roadmap for future growth.
January 1, 2007... The Securities and Exchange Commission and the bank regulatory agencies have proposed new Regulation R that will govern certain bank securities broker activities. It follows several attempts by the SEC to resolve the uncertainty surrounding bank securities activities since the passage of...
Sarbanes-Oxley's subtle disclosure costs.
January 1, 2007... Criticism of the high costs of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 has focused primarily on its requirements related to internal controls over financial reporting. However, little attention has focused on the hidden costs of the Act, in particular the increased time and advisory sophistication...