5 considerations for enhancing SEC disclosures amid crisis

August 25, 2020
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The continuing economic and stock market tumult is prompting new behaviors from companies and regulatory bodies alike. As second-quarter earnings season wraps up, public companies have new guidelines from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission around how much information to disclose to stakeholders in their quarterly and annual forward-looking statements.

Managing Director Sean Dowd co-wrote an article with board member and corporate governance expert Eileen Kamerick outlining considerations around disclosures in quarterly and annual forward-looking statements. The article appeared in Law360.

  1. Risk Assessment
  2. Corporate Governance Framework
  3. Capital Disclosures and M&A Activity
  4. Federal and Local Regulations
  5. Government Funding

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