Gunster attorney Bob Lamm wrote a guest column in the monthly legal guide for South Florida Business and Wealth magazine. Lamm’s column titled “Disclosure effectiveness goes into high gear” provides helpful insight to those who prepare disclosures for companies and clients. The recent Securities and Exchange Commission proposal may result in the most significant changes in the disclosure rules in more than 30 years. The proposal would modify some key provisions of Regulation S-K, and in doing so would move considerably closer to a principles-based approach to disclosure.

Gunster attorney Bob LammLamm chairs the firm’s Securities and Corporate Governance practice and is a long-term member of the Society for Corporate Governance. He has chaired its securities law committee and served on its corporate practices, finance and national conference committees, as a member of its board of directors, and as chair of its national conference committee.

Read the full article, “Disclosure effectiveness goes into high gear” on page 62 of South Florida Business and Wealth magazine’s online edition.


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