Yesterday, the SEC issued Fee Rate Advisory #3 to remind people about the new filing fee rates become effective tomorrow, as I blogged about a few weeks ago (the rate slightly declines to $114.60 per million, a 1.2% price drop). As explained in this SEC order, these new rates become effective regardless of when Congress passes the government’s budget. This is unlike past years, when the new rates didn’t become effective until five days after the date of enactment of the SEC’s appropriation for the new year, which often was delayed well beyond the October 1st start of the government’s fiscal year as Congress and the President battled over the government’s budget.
Court Order Available: Beazer Home’s Say-on-Pay Lawsuit Dismissal
Earlier this week, I blogged about the dismissal of Beazer Home’s say-on-pay lawsuit being dismissed and I noted that the judge rule from the bench. The judge has now issued a 24-page court order explaining the dismissal, which we have posted in the “Say-on-Pay” Practice Area on CompensationStandards.com.
SEC Sets Conflict Minerals Roundtable for October 18th
Yesterday, the SEC announced that it will hold a roundtable on conflict minerals on October 18th. A final agenda including a list of participants will be announced closer to the date of the roundtable. Before Section 1502 was dumped into the “Miscellaneous” section of Dodd-Frank, who would have thunk that the SEC would be grappling with this topic…
Congrats to Me! The NACD Directorship 100
Recently, I was honored to make the list of 100 most influential people in corporate governance according to Directorship, a publication recently bought by the NACD. There are many luminaries much brighter than me on the list but I’m happy to take what I can get…
– Broc Romanek