The week’s most insightful, intriguing, and entertaining blog posts from the securities, commodities, and corporate governance communities:
Dodd-Frank.com, SEC Chief Accountant Speaks to Financial Statement Requirements for Initial Coin Offerings, by Steve Quinlivan
The CLS Blue Sky Blog , Latham Discusses How Second Circuit Broadened Personal Benefit Test for Insider Trading, by William R. Baker III, et al.
California Corporate & Securities Law, Nevada Precedes Delaware In Blockchain Legislation, by Keith Paul Bishop
ProfessorBainbridge.com, Understanding Dual Class Stock Part I: An Historical Perspective, by Stephen Bainbridge
Winston & Strawn, Prepare for the Impact of Four Accounting Rule Changes, by Michael S. Melbinger
Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp, Effects of the Shortened T+2 Settlement Cycle, by Blake Baron
Have you seen (or written) a blog post that fits the bill? Send the SRD editors a note at SRD@wolterskluwer.com,with a link to the suggested post.
Attorneys: Steve Quinlivan (Stinson Leonard Street LLP). William R. Baker III (Latham & Watkins). Keith Paul Bishop (Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP). Michael S. Melbinger (Winston & Strawn LLP). Blake Baron (Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP).
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