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- Court Briefs Database: Get access to over 675 Federal Circuit Court, U.S. Supreme Court, and amicus briefs. Quickly review concise outline-form summaries of securities law.
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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.
SEC proposes fund disclosure modernization and transparency in IAC nomination process
The disclosure amendments would tailor mutual fund and ETF disclosures to retail investors’ needs and promote diversity of background, and perspective, according to the Commission.
NYMEX, individuals to settle CFTC insider trading matter
NYMEX and two individuals have agreed to settle charges regarding the provision of material, nonpublic information about oil & gas derivatives trades to a third party.