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Susan B. Zaunbrecher Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

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Preparing for the 2014 proxy season *

USA - December 27 2013
With the proxy and annual reporting season just around the corner, public companies need to be alert to this year's regulatory developments…

Co-authors: J. Eric Quinn.

Rule change will allow businesses to advertise private offerings *

USA - July 16 2013
In early July, the SEC commissioners voted to eliminate a long-standing rule that prohibited general solicitation of investors and thereby will allow…

Co-authors: Charles F. Hertlein Jr..

A proxy season update *

USA - December 27 2012
As the landscape surrounding proxy materials and annual report disclosures continues to shift, it is important for public companies to anticipate such…

Co-authors: Ryan M. Reardon.

Community banks and compliance with FINRA Rule 6490 *

USA - January 5 2012
Several privately-held community banks have gotten a nasty surprise this year when they have received a letter from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) imposing fees of $5,000 or more for late filings pursuant to FINRA Rule 6490.

Co-authors: Christian Gonzalez .

Major reforms to affect companies, financial institutions *

USA - August 30 2010
The passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the "Act") represents the most ambitious reform of the laws governing the financial industry and corporate America since the Great Depression.

Co-authors: Nathan E. Hagler.

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