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  • SEDAR filings are now live on Knowledge Mosaic
    Blogmosaic, Chris Hitt, 10/24/2014

    Looking for Canadian filing information?  Look no further than Knowledge Mosaic. The SEDAR (System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval) database offers filings of Canadian publicly-traded companies and mutual funds dating back to 1997, containing approximately 4 million documents. This comprehensive database, fully text searchable and updated in real time, includes access to prospectuses, financial […]

  • The World Meteorological Organization Would Like Just a Moment of Your Time
    The Green Mien, Peter Lohnes, 9/9/2014

    You don’t have to read the whole report which isn’t long, but is full of “facts” and “numbers” and “science” and things of that sort. Just look over the WMO’s press release about its latest greenhouse gas bulletin – the chill you feel may compensate for the heat we’re generating. The report has thorny sentences like this: […]

  • SEC Charges Recidivist Adviser, Co-Founders With Violations of Custody Rule
    SEC Actions Blog, Tom Gorman, 10/30/2014

    The SEC has brought a number of custody rule cases as part of its broken windows initiative. Its newest proceeding centered on the custody rule, however, is a contested administrative proceeding which names as Respondents an adviser, its two principals, all of whom are securities law recidivists whose prior violations include the custody rule, and the adviser's chief compliance officer. In the Matter of Sands Brothers Asset Management, LLC, Adm....

  • The Shareholder Protection Act of 2013: Another Invisible Initiative
    Race to the Bottom, Shannon Moran, 10/29/2014

    This post is in continuation of a series of posts that address rulemaking and shareholder disclosure after Citizens United. On April 25, 2013, Congressman Michael E. Capauano re-introduced the Shareholder Protection Act of 2013, H.R. 1734, ("Act") to the United States House of Representatives, which would amend the Exchange Act to require: (1) a majority vote of shareholder authorization prior to corporate political expenditures; (2) a Board...

  • Davis Polk discusses Implications of Anti-Inversion Guidance for Insurance Companies
    CLS Blue Sky Blog, Neil Barr, 10/29/2014

    The Treasury Department and the IRS recently released Notice 2014-52 (the "Notice"), which describes regulations that the government intends to issue to target the tax benefits of corporate inversions. The provisions of the Notice are summarized in our previous client memorandum dated September 23, 2014, Treasury Issues Long-Awaited Anti-Inversion Guidance. This Client Newsflash highlights a feature of the Notice that has not attracted much...

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