Found 3 article(s) for author 'Securities and Exchange Commission'

The SEC’s Misguided Attack on Shareholder Arbitration

The SEC’s Misguided Attack on Shareholder Arbitration. Hal Scott, February 22, 2019, Opinion, “Jay Clayton, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, announced earlier this month that the staff of his agency would allow Johnson & Johnson to block its shareholders from voting on an amendment to its own bylaws. I submitted that amendment as trustee of a trust that owns J&J shares.Link

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Six Months Isn’t ‘Long Term’

Six Months Isn’t ‘Long Term’. Robert Pozen, Mark Roe, August 20, 2018, Opinion, “President Trump tweeted on Friday that he had directed the Securities and Exchange Commission to study a suggestion from a business leader, later revealed as outgoing Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi: “Stop quarterly reporting & go to a six month system.” The popular…Link

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Cost-Benefit Analysis of Financial Regulation: Case Studies and Implications

Cost-Benefit Analysis of Financial Regulation: Case Studies and Implications. John Coates, January 6, 2014, Paper. “Some members of Congress, the D.C. Circuit, and legal academia are promoting a particular, abstract form of cost-benefit analysis for financial regulation: judicially enforced quantification. How would CBA work in practice, if applied to specific, important, representative rules, and what is the alternative? Detailed case studies of six rules – (1) disclosure rules under Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404, (2) the SEC’s mutual fund governance reforms, (3) Basel III’s heightened capital requirements for banks, (4) the Volcker…” Linkverified March 28, 2014

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