For those of you tracking the crop of 8-Ks filed since the new rules took effect last month, my vote for the most bizarre (and immaterial) goes to Energas Resources. Is there such a thing as a non-8-K? If so, this would be one. Please email me if you find other interesting 8-Ks.
Last call for you to submit questions so that I can present them to our expert webcast panel this Thursday regarding “Reality Bites: More on the New 8-K Rules.” Not surprisingly, I already have received hundreds of questions (many are duplicative; some are not) and we will do our best to address as many as we can.
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Impact of Sarbanes-Oxley on Non-Profits
Some practitioners are surprised to learn that certain provisions of Sarbanes-Oxley apply to all companies, including non-profits. Of course, most SOX provisions don’t apply to non-profits – but non-profits increasingly are taking steps to voluntarily comply with more provisions.
In my interview with John Corrigan on the Impact of Sarbanes-Oxley on Non-Profits , John provides specific examples of non-profits that voluntarily have taken steps to comply with various aspects of Sarbanes-Oxley.