Law Blog Category: 14c Information Statement

NASDAQ Requires Disclosure Of Third-Party Director Compensation

On July 1, 2016, the SEC approved NASDAQ’s new rule requiring listed companies to publicly disclose compensation or other payments by third parties to members of or nominees to the board of directors. The new rule, which went into effect in early August, is being dubbed the “Golden Leash Disclosure Rule.” The Golden Leash Disclosure Read the full article…

Proposed Amendments To Disclosure Of Hedging Policies For Officers, Directors And Employees

14C Information Statement Requirements for a Pre-Merger Recapitalization

Elements Constituting “Solicitation” Such that a 14A Proxy Solicitation is Required Instead of a 14C Information Statement Under the Section 14 Proxy Rules of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934

Corporate compliance, federal securities regulations and SEC reporting requirements are highly technical and always changing. Accordingly, small publicly traded companies require the assistance of an experienced securities attorney or securities law firm.