Topic: Reporting Requirements

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Trojan Horse, Fisker Bankruptcy, MOFCOM Approval, Target 8-K

March 4, 1789: the first Congress of the United States meets and begins work on the Bill of Rights, putting the US Constitution into effect. Like the Trojan Horse, the growing wave of employee privacy laws are far more expansive than they appear on the surface… (Todd Horn at Venable) Should secured creditors be concerned… Read more »

FTC Raises HSR Thresholds; Changes To Take Effect Mid-February

It’s that time of year again, when the Federal Trade Commission adjusts the dollar thresholds for pre-acquisition filings under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act. From attorneys Paul Hewitt and Stacy Kobrick of Akin Gump: The minimum transaction size test has increased from $70.9 million to $75.9 million (an approximate 6.6 percent increase). […] The size-of-person thresholds have… Read more »

Regulation A+: Quicker and Cheaper Access to Capital for Smaller Companies

“Regulation A+ … promises to provide a meaningful new tool for private issuers wishing to access the capital markets.” (Randal Jones and Richard Raymer of Dorsey & Whitney) What’s better than an “A”? An “A+,” of course… OK, that’s probably not why the Securities and Exchange Commission recently proposed new rules to Regulation A. But… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cybersecurity & Corporate Boards, OSHA & Dirty Laundry, IP & Wearable Computers, Corruption & Agency Cooperation

Always nice, never naughty: the JD Supra Corporate Brief. Cybersecurity has become one of the hottest topics in the corporate boardroom… (Akin Gump) Get ready to read about your company’s dirty workplace illness and injury laundry online… (Joe Liburt, Michelle O’Meara, and Tracy Scheidtmann at Orrick) Is wearable computing the next intellectual property battleground? (Quinn… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Trade Secrets, 337 Investigations, FMLA Requests, Pay Ratio

Yes, the JD Supra Corporate Brief via email sounds like a great idea. Where do I sign up? Trade secrets lawsuits can mean big money – even when they’re settled out of court… (Orrick) Hazardous products happen. The important thing is to be prepared before they do… (Perkins Coie) The ITC wants to make resolving… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: SEC Reporting, Social Media, Non-Poaching Arrangements, Fired Whistleblowers

Day Three of the government shutdown, and no end in sight. Hang in there, America… Buying or selling? It doesn’t matter – the SEC historical financial statement reporting requirements apply either way… (Skadden Arps) It’s everything you need to know about social media and securities laws. Really… (Morrison & Foerster) Colorado energy companies must act… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Law: China Princelings, Ethical Practices, FRAND Disputes, Venture Financings

Wednesdays get a raw deal: the spelling / pronunciation discord, the embarrassing “hump day” nickname, those orphaned mid-week holidays… But it’s not all bad – they also get their own JD Supra Corporate Brief: So what’s the big deal about hiring “princelings” in China, anyway? (Michael Volkov) As it turns out, a state insurance commissioner’s… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Breach Reporting Requirements, Social Media Risks, Climate Action Plan, Patent Litigation Bill

Happy birthday, Nelson Mandela! Data breach at your company? Check this 140-page guide for reporting requirements in your state(s)… (Perkins Coie) It’s easier than ever for hackers and former employees to steal trade secrets. But that doesn’t mean you can jump to conclusions… (Orrick – Trade Secrets Group) Managing your social media risks? There’s a… Read more »

FATCA Update: IRS Gives International Banks Brief Reprieve

Non-US banks struggling to comply with the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) – which requires foreign financial institutions to provide US authorities with information on accounts held by US citizens or face substantial penalties – just got an unexpected break from the Treasury Department. On July 12, 2013, the Internal Revenue Service announced… Read more »

Swap Market Participants: New CFTC Rules Go Into Effect April 10, 2013

“The Office of Financial Research (OFR) of the US Treasury Department … has been participating in a global effort to improve the infrastructure of the financial markets by creating a process for assigning every participant in financial transactions a … unique identification number that facilitates transactional recordkeeping and reporting for financial transactions and can also… Read more »