Topic: Securities Regulation

SEC Provides New Option for Extending Confidential Treatment
NYSE's Attempt to Allow Primary Offerings in Direct Listings Hits a Snag
SEC Reduces Filing Fee Rate Effective October 1, 2020
SEC Expands the Definitions of “Accredited Investor” and “Qualified Institutional Buyer”
SEC To Consider Adopting Changes to Regulation S-K and Definitions of Qualified Investors in Private Placements: Public Meeting on August 26
SEC Issues Guidance Regarding Submission of Supplemental Materials and Confidential Treatment Requests in Light of COVID-19 Concerns
SEC Staff provides additional disclosure guidance related to COVID-19 impact
Key Considerations for Issuers and Auditors Regarding Going-Concern Analysis
SEC Adopts Final Rules to Improve Disclosures Relating to Acquisitions and Dispositions of Businesses
Nasdaq Provides Temporary Exemption from Certain Shareholder Approval Requirements in Response to COVID-19
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