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SEC Guidance on Accounting for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and Form 8-K Obligations

Public Companies and Securities As Christmas Eve approached with vacations and holiday shopping in full swing, President Trump signed the Tax Cut and Jobs Act and the SEC promptly issued guidance to public companies on related accounting matters. Perhaps most important to corporate lawyers, the SEC guidance in Compliance and Disclosure Interpretation No. 110.02 noted that the re-measurement of […] Read more →

by   |   December 22, 2017

SEC Charges CEO/Director with Sarb-Ox Loan Violations for Unreimbursed Advances that Were Outstanding for 5 to 36 Days and Misleading Independence Assertions

Public Companies and Securities According to the SEC in an order settling an enforcement action, Alan Shortall was CEO and Chairman of Unilife Corporation, a Nasdaq listed issuer. According to the SEC, Shortall... Read more →

by   |   December 22, 2017

US Capitol Building

New Tax Bill Unleashes Flood of SEC Disclosures

Public Companies and Securities, Trump The new tax bill awaiting President Trump’s signature has unleashed a flood of disclosures in SEC filings. The new bill was unartfully renamed  “To provide for reconciliation... Read more →

by   |   December 21, 2017

Issuers Seek to Exclude Images from Shareholder Proposals Under SLB 14I

Public Companies and Securities Among other things, SEC Staff Legal Bulleting No. 14I provides guidance on excluding images from shareholder proposals. SLB14I provides the Division of Corporation Finance’s... Read more →

by   |   December 18, 2017