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Hot SPAC Market Increases SEC Scrutiny and Litigation Risks

USA - May 3 2021 The market has seen a boom in the last two years for emerging companies going public through the use of special-purpose acquisition companies (SPACs)…

Jay H. Knight, Shayne R. Clinton.

How Public Companies Can Protect Against SEC Scrutiny Related to COVID-19

USA - September 21 2020 This is a continuation of our series addressing steps companies can take to protect themselves during government enforcement actions related to…

Brian Irving.

Delaware Court Provides Guidance for Books and Records Demands to Limit Producing Electronic Data to Stockholders

USA - February 12 2019 Section 220 of the Delaware General Corporation Law allows stockholders to inspect various books and records of a company upon showing a proper…

Shayne R. Clinton.

Don’t Let Spoofing Fool You - SEC Says Internal Accounting Controls Should Address Cyber Threats

USA - October 18 2018 On October 16, 2018, the SEC released an Investigative Report detailing recent email spoofing schemes that caused nine public companies to lose a…

Brian Irving, Michael A. Brady.

Sixth Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Securities Actions, Holding that Statutes of Repose Cannot Be Tolled

USA - June 2 2016 On May 19, 2016, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit affirmed the dismissal of two cases brought by investors in certain Morgan…

Joseph B. Crace.