Corporate Alert: SEC Publishes Guidance on Expanding the Role of Company Web Sites for Distributing Investor Information

Public and privately held companies should be aware of new SEC guidance on federal securities law implications of company Web sites. The new guidance contains helpful information in how companies may use the Internet to provide disclosures to investors, but does not give companies a blank check to use the Internet to disclose information to investors.

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