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By Georgina Whittington
The government has unveiled an ambitious series of reforms to Companies House in what it describes as "the largest change to our system of setting up and operating companies since the register was created in 1844."
By Alan Wilson
The discussion in the Preview is intended to offer useful information to auditors as they prepare for upcoming audits and to audit committees as they engage with their auditors.
By Leila Gaafar
Speaking at the Global Investigations Review Live event in London on 4th April, Mark Steward, Director of Enforcement and Market Oversight at the UK Financial Conduct Authority, addressed the audience on three subjects: ...
By Alan Wilson, Jonathan Wolfman
Always a fertile source of regulatory perspective, this year's Baruch College Financial Reporting Conference featured a future-oriented theme in remarks by Chief Accountant of the Securities and Exchange Commission ...
By Alan Wilson
Last week, the Center for Audit Quality released two new resources—an updated Guide to Internal Control over Financial Reporting and a new Tool for Audit Committees: Preparing for the New Credit Losses Standard.
By Jonathan Cedarbaum, D. Reed Freeman, Jr., Ariel Dobkin
She stressed the importance of Congress's taking action promptly.
By Jonathan Cedarbaum, D. Reed Freeman, Jr., Lydia Lichlyter
Washington's Privacy Act, which previously seemed likely to be the first state enactment to follow in the CCPA's wake, failed to make it out of the state house before the end of the legislative session.
By Frederick Saugman
This uncompromising position does not appear to leave much latitude to companies that wish to self-report and to assert their privilege rights.
By Seth Davis, Gretchen Passe Roin
Mutual fund sponsors should think carefully before agreeing with an SEC Staff request to delay the automatic effectiveness of a fund's annual update.
By Arthur Coviello, Richard Goldenberg, William McElwain
Newman, J. Reversing PTAB and finding that patentee had antedated references where PTAB erred in its application of the law of diligence.
By Naboth van den Broek, David Ross, Patrick J. McLain, Stephanie Hartmann, Sarah Sprinkle
On April 9, 2019, a World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement panel issued its ruling in the most recent installment of the long-running US–Canada softwood lumber dispute.
By Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky, David Ross, Naboth van den Broek, Stephanie Hartmann
On April 5, 2019, a World Trade Organization dispute settlement panel issued the first substantive WTO panel decision interpreting the "essential security" provision of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
By Jonathan Rosenfeld, Laura Schneider, Andrew Stauber, Janice E. DuFresne, SPHR, CCP
As we alerted you last month, a federal judge reinstated the EEO-1 pay data reporting requirement that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) had previously announced in September 2016.
By Brian K. Mahanna, David Gringer, Bonnie Heiple, Heidi K. Ruckriegle
Traditionally, regulation of the energy sector has occurred at the federal level and through specialized state regulatory bodies. However, attorneys general are playing an increasingly prominent role in regulating energy and environmental activity within their states.
By Georgina Whittington
Corruption Watch UK has claimed that "a company committing economic crime in the US is far more likely to be hit with criminal, civil and regulatory penalties than one in the UK."
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