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Securities law beyond Dodd-Frank Act

The Dodd-Frank Act is the most far-reaching securities legislation in a generation, but I’ll leave its analysis to the deluge of client alerts and webinars out there. Aside from Dodd-Frank, there are other important securities changes that lawyers need to ...

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What a board of directors should do about risk

Enterprise risk management, or ERM, continues to be a “hot topic” in the legal press, in CLE programs, in webinars and certainly in Compliance Week. Like a dog with a bone, the securities law and corporate governance communities are gnawing away, until the last ounce of marrow is sucked free and digested.

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Federal government takes on corporate governance

By Stephen M. Honig In the most recent issue of New England In-House, we summarized the articulated Securities and Exchange Commission agenda: proxy reform, heightened disclosure on governance issues, focus on risk management and enhanced compensation disclosure. Since then, we ...

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