Informal Corporate Disclosure Under Federal Securities Law, 2017 Edition
Book - Softcover
Mitigate reputation risk by assuring disclosure through corporate communication vehicles such as press releases, speeches, analyst conference calls, webcasts, websites, blogs and investor roadshows adheres to appropriate standards of practice.
Wolters Kluwer attorney-editors Anne Sherry and Doreen Zanotelli examine the regulation of these types of informal disclosures (as distinguished from formal, highly structured disclosures in SEC filings).
Coverage includes discussion of federal securities law, rules and court decisions; self-regulatory organization rules for listed companies; and standards of practice prescribed by the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI).
The 2017 Edition of Informal Corporate Disclosure Under Federal Securities Law incorporates recent court decisions and SEC enforcement actions relating to the duty to disclose, materiality of statements, analysts’ obligations under Regulation AC, and the statutory safe harbor for forward-looking statements.
Previous Edition: Informal Corporate Disclosure Under Federal Securities Law, 2016 Edition ISBN 9781454875178
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PART I: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
- Governing Law and Rules
- Duty to Disclose
- Timing, Content and Dissemination
- Regulation FD: Fair Disclosure
PART II: PARTICULAR DISCLOSURES
- Disclosures During Sensitive Regulatory Periods
- Analyst Disclosures
- Forward-Looking Statements
- Websites and Other Electronic Media
- Financial Disclosures
- Other Particular Disclosures
- Appendices: Earnings Release Content and Timeline
- Topical Index