I’m sure you remember SIFMA’s Principles for Effective Cybersecurity Regulatory Guidance, issued last October. I mean, you read about them right here.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: Open Utility Internet; Immigration Executive Action Litigation III; And Retirement Investment Fiduciaries
Regulations were a significant topic in the news last week, led by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decision to treat internet service providers as a common carrier and left the general public in the dark.
As some of us contemplate which disclosure rules we’d like to do away with, others are thinking about new rules that would require more disclosure.
The Securities and Exchange Commission on February 11 published the texts of two final rules and one proposed rule that establish reporting requirements for security-based swaps (SBSs).
We reported earlier this month that the Federal Housing Authority recently provided an option for reverse-mortgage lenders to allow eligible surviving non-borrowing spouses to remain in their homes after the death of their borrowing spouses.
In yet another example of how mobile technology is revolutionizing service delivery in Sub-Saharan Africa, application developers, data mining companies and financial institutions are using mobile usage data and social media activity to determine the credit risk of potential borrowers.
According to the latest report from Cornerstone Research, during 2014, over 90 percent of M&A transactions resulting in at least one lawsuit, but each deal attracted a smaller average number of lawsuits and in fewer jurisdictions than in past years.
Australia’s Bribery and Corruption Regulator Flexing Its Powers: A ‘wake-up Call’ to Company Directors
For the second time ever, the Australian Federal Police have laid bribery and corruption charges against directors of an Australian company.
As an entrepreneur, it’s easy to focus on the exciting parts of starting and growing a new business, and let legal concerns fall by the wayside. Although it can be tempting, it is a mistake. For the sake of yourself, your business, and future investors, it is important to set up your business in the best possible way from day one.