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• New SEC rules and suits show the need for a good legal safety net.
It’s an SEC Option As a recent court decision shows, Section 304 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act shouldn’t be read to create a private right of action. • To Market, to Market Under the SEC’s new Securities Offering Reform, lawyers will gain more power to bring stocks and bonds to market. • Parsing Reg FD A judicial rejection of an SEC enforcement action under Regulation Full Disclosure ought to prompt agency reflection. • The Right to Refuse The momentum is building. Ultimately, a majority-vote standard will become the default rule for electing directors. • Looking in the Mirror As corporate boards undertake their annual self-assessments, outside counsel can help directors avoid legal pitfalls.

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