As I’ve been covering the SEC doing this blogging thing for quite a while now, I can tell you on good authority that the SEC’s Enforcement Division has averaged roughly one Reg FD case per year since FD was adopted in the year 2000. The latest Reg FD action came a few days ago when

Here’s the intro from this memo by Perkins Coie’s Margaret Winterkorn Meyers and April Goff: “The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently released new guidance announcing several policy changes to further strengthen and clarify its approach to prosecuting corporate crime. The guidance, released through a memorandum by Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco (the Monaco Memo

A few days ago, a trio of federal agencies – the Department of Defense, General Services Administration, and NASA – proposed changes to the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) to require federal contractors to make certain climate-related disclosures, mostly about GHG emissions. Here is the proposed rule as published in the Federal Register. Comments are due

Last week, the SEC adopted changes to Form N-PX in an effort to make the proxy voting by mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and other registered funds more transparent. The new rules become effective for votes occurring on or after July 1, 2023—so they won’t be reflected in N-PX filings until 2024. Here’s the SEC’s fact