by Jeanne R. Solomon and Timothy Piscatelli
This week’s corporate law news roundup includes discussions of the Federal Trade Commission’s opposition to the DraftKings and FanDuel merger, the Department of Justice reversal of its stance on class-action waivers, and companies’ approach to SEC risk factor disclosures relating to Trump administration policies.
by Nathan Jew and Jeanne Solomon
This week’s corporate law news roundup includes discussions of the recently-published proposed regulations under the New York Paid Family Leave Law, Trump’s second executive order banning immigration, and the SEC’s adoption of rules requiring hyperlinks and HTML format for public filings.
This week’s corporate law news roundup includes discussions of Laureate Education being the first benefit corporation to successfully complete an initial public offering (IPO), a California federal district court’s holding that the protection of whistleblowers under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) preempts the attorney-client privilege, and the elimination by the Trump administration of the SEC’s resource extraction rule.
by Sheri Yano
This week’s corporate law news roundup includes discussions of the Delaware Supreme Court’s finding in Sandys v. Pincus that co-ownership of an airplane could be a factor in determining a director’s independence; President Trump’s Core Principles for Regulating the United States Financial System executive order and its potential to overhaul Dodd-Frank; and the Chair of the House Financial Services Committee’s proposed changes to the Financial CHOICE Act. Continue reading
by Clinton Jang and Jeanne R. Solomon
This week’s corporate news roundup includes the holding by a U.S. federal appeals court that secured indenture noteholders were entitled to a make-whole premium notwithstanding the issuer’s chapter 11 bankruptcy case, the addition by companies in their securities filings with the SEC of risk factors relating to the outcome of the U.S. Presidential election, and the termination by the PTAB of IPR proceedings as to patent claims between Microsoft Corporation and Enfish LLC, resulting in a non-appealable win for Enfish.