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By Carlos Juarez
Today, a bipartisan, capital formation-focused, package of legislation was unveiled by House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling and Ranking Member Maxine Waters.
By Trevor Starer
Recent changes to indentures due to TLAC requirements and disclosure changes due to the potential cessation of LIBOR are highlighted.
By Carlos Juarez
The House Financial Services Committee met last week and approved eight capital formation-related bills
By Anna T. Pinedo
In a forthcoming paper titled, "Insider Trading and the Post-Earnings Announcement Drift," authors Christina Dargenidou, Ian Tonks and Fanis Tsoligkas study ...
By Lisa J. Pino
Traditionally, under 2011 policy guidance, USCIS referred deportation matters to Immigration Customs Enforcement.
By Steven Wolowitz, Alex Lakatos, Christopher Houpt, Noah Liben
28 U.S.C. § 1782 ("Section 1782") is a powerful tool that allows litigants to obtain broad, US discovery to gather evidence for use in proceedings before non-US or international tribunals.
By Martín M. Estrada
On February 2018, the SEC approved the NYSE's proposal to permit qualifying private companies to use "direct listings" to list their shares on the NYSE so long as the direct listing is accompanied...
By Elizabeth Espín Stern, Paul W. Virtue, Grace Shie, Paul Justas Sarauskas, Lisa J. Pino
Mayer Brown's Global Directions is a summary of recent immigration and mobility trends arising in key jurisdictions around the globe.
By Anna T. Pinedo
In a recent paper titled "Stock Market Short-Termism's Impact," author Mark J. Roe counters arguments that US companies are so driven by short-term objectives that they are foregoing investment in R and D...
By Anna T. Pinedo
A number of capital formation-related bills passed in the House this week with bipartisan support. These include:
By Mark Ter Molen, Miriam Nemetz, Sarah Reynolds
Environmental incidents such as an accidental chemical release require an immediate reaction as well as a long-term plan to manage a myriad of issues.
By Anna T. Pinedo
The Securities and Exchange Commission Office of Investor Advocate released its report on the objectives of the Office for Fiscal Year 2019.
By Anna T. Pinedo
The SEC will hold an open meeting on July 18th in order to consider the changes to Rule 701 required by the Crapo Act about which we previously blogged, as well as to consider the release...
By Carlos Juarez
The U.S. IPO market has kept a steady pace through the second half of 2018, according to EY's quarterly IPO trends report.
By Anna T. Pinedo
As we discussed in a prior post, Commissioner Jackson has spoken out on transactions undertaken by public company executives in close proximity to their companies' stock buybacks.
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