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Resources within the Cheetah™ Federal Securities Law Suite provide expert analysis, practice tools, authoritative content, and current awareness organized across all primary SEC practices areas, including:
- Expert analysis —Insights from leading practitioners on all aspects of federal securities regulation, including Securities Regulation by Louis Loss (late), Joel Seligman, and Troy Paredes; and Corporate Finance and the Securities Laws by Charles J. Johnson, Jr., Joseph McLaughlin, and Eric S. Haueter
- Practice tools — QuickCharts allow practitioners to quickly select topics and see a detailed summary of the latest information in easy-to-read chart form with links to any related primary source material and any effective dates. QuickCharts covering the Dodd-Frank Act, the Volcker Rule, the JOBS Act, and securities litigation provide an up-to-date view on current developments in these areas.
- Authoritative content — Access to the industry standard Federal Securities Law Reporter, which covers the full breadth
of federal securities law, and other primary sources materials.
- Current awareness — Stay on top of the latest developments through news from Securities Regulation Daily, the Federal
Securities Law Reporter Report Letters and SEC Today and several newsletters.
Explore the types of articles and in-depth analysis available through the Cheetah Federal Securities Law Suite.
Appellate court precedent prevents ALJ constitutional challenge in district court
Two of the three Fifth Circuit judges agreed with the SEC, but the dissenting judge distinguished the SEC rule violator’s ALJ removal challenge from other constitutional challenges.
CII joins chorus supporting disclosure-based board diversity law
The Council of Institutional Investors supports federal legislation to promote diversity on public company boards through disclosure and SEC studies.
McDonald’s seeks to claw back ex-CEO’s severance after sexual misconduct revelations
Steve Easterbrook lied about not having had physical relationships with employees when negotiating his exit from the company, according to a lawsuit filed by McDonald’s.
Senate confirms Peirce and Crenshaw as SEC commissioners
With the confirmations of Caroline Crenshaw and Hester Peirce, the SEC is fully staffed.
Company subsidiary bribed Mexican officials to get government employee loan business
Management's lack of concern about the effectiveness of internal audit functions contributed to not detecting a long-running bribery scheme at a Mexican subsidiary.