In this issue:

- NIST Holds Fourth Workshop on Cybersecurity Framework

- NIST Releases Draft Preliminary Cybersecurity Framework in Advance of Dallas Workshop

- SEC Issues Risk Alert on Short Selling

- SEC Proposes Rule Requiring Public Companies to Disclose Pay Ratios

- Allowing User-Generated Content on Social Media: Steps for Minimizing Nonprofits' Legal Risks

- Banking Committee Begins Housing Finance Reform

- Clearance: How the SCORE Act and Other Initiatives to Reform the Security Clearance Process May Affect Government Contractors

- Federal Grant & Contract News for Nonprofits - September 2013

- Foreign NVOCCs Must Renew Registration with FMC by October 17

- Going Green: California Adopts Groundbreaking Safer Consumer Products Regulations

- The Impact of IRS Recognition of All Legal Same-Sex Marriages on Employee Benefit Plans

- IP Buzz - September 2013

- License Exception Strategic Trade Authorization: Understanding How It May Work for You

- Mary Jo White Throws Down the Gauntlet: Vows to Wield the SEC’s Full Enforcement Arsenal Against Corporate and Individual Wrongdoers

- No Bar is Off-Limits: SEC Enforces 2004 Order Barring Accountant

- October 15th Export Control Reform Changes Are Around the Corner: Take Time Now to Understand the Impact on Your Existing Licenses & Authorizations

- State Department Publishes Long-Awaited Interim Final Rule Amending ITAR Brokering Provisions

- Advertising News & Analysis:

- Private Fund Update

- Upcoming Events

- Excerpt from: No Bar is Off-Limits: SEC Enforces 2004 Order Barring Accountant:

In a rare and aggressive move, the SEC recently sought a court order enforcing an almost decade-old suspension of an accountant and forcing the accountant to disgorge over half a million dollars of compensation earned for providing prohibited services (plus pre-judgment interest).

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