On September 6, the SEC announced a change in its process for responding to no-action requests regarding shareholder proposals. In the past, a company seeking to exclude a shareholder proposal could submit a no-action request stating the basis for exclusion, and the SEC would respond in writing indicating whether or not it agreed with the […]
The week of August 19 was a very busy one on two fronts. First, on August 19, the Business Roundtable issued a Statement on the Purpose of the Corporation, signed by the CEOs of 181 major American companies, saying that the purpose of the corporation is to act in the interests of all its stakeholders, […]
On August 8, the SEC proposed amendments to some key items of Regulation S-K that could dramatically change the disclosure landscape.
Gunster’s securities and corporate governance team weighs in on the SEC updates regarding the LIBOR transition.
Gunster attorney Greg Munson weighs in on the Environmental Protection Agency’s new Affordable Clean Energy (“ACE”) rule.
The passing of HB 7103 represents the most sweeping change to growth management and community planning law in the legislative session.
If the amendments are adopted, companies that qualify for “smaller reporting company” status with less than $100 million in revenues in the most recent fiscal year would be excluded from the definitions.
On May 3, the SEC proposed rule amendments to improve and simplify financial disclosures relating to acquisitions and dispositions of businesses.
Gunster’s government affairs law & lobbying team provides a summary of the 60 day Florida Legislative Session that wrapped up on Saturday, May 4, 2019.
Gunster’s health care law practice provides an update on the recent health care related bills passed by the Florida Legislature.