August 11, 2009

Just Mailed: July-August Issue of The Corporate Counsel

We recently mailed the July-August issue of The Corporate Counsel. This issue includes pieces on:

– NSMIA’s Rule 506 Pre-Emption Follow-Up–Risdall Reversal
– The Requirement to Include Late 8-K Information in Form 10-Q/K
– 8-K Item 5.02–When Does the Reference Year Change for Determining the High-Paid NEOs?
– S-K Item 401– Identifying Executive Officers in the 10-K/Proxy Statement
– Exhibit Filing Items
– The Staff’s Longstanding Prohibition on Selling Shareholder Registration of Shares Prior to Issuance– Universal vs. Automatic Shelf Registration
– Federal Legislative Response to Boards Declining Tendered Resignations of Losing Nominees–Pre-Empt State-Law Holding Over?
– SEC’s “IDEA”– Not a Great Idea
– Ramifications of the New SEC and Treasury Proposals

Act Now: Get this issue on a complimentary basis when you try a “Rest of ’09” for free when you try a 2010 no-risk trial today.

Nasdaq Speaks ’09: Latest Developments and Interpretations

We have posted the transcript for our recent webcast: “Nasdaq Speaks ’09: Latest Developments and Interpretations.”

Sponsor An Executive: Hijinks

If you need a laugh, check out this Canadian commercial – a spoof on executives losing money in the market…

– Broc Romanek