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A 'kinder, gentler' Section 404?

You can’t tell the players without a scorecard? When it comes to regulation of smaller public companies, you can’t even understand the scorecard. This article traces recent intense activity concerning Section 404 of Sarbanes-Oxley, and discusses other significant SEC suggestions ...

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DOJ policy on attorneys' fees called into question

The Department of Justice's controversial policy of pressuring companies to stop paying the legal fees of top executives and other employees as a condition of getting lenient treatment in some criminal investigations was dealt a serious blow recently when a federal judge ruled the practice was unconstitutional. But defense lawyers warn of potential problems down the road.

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