On October 23, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission proposed new rules – knows as “Regulation Crowdfunding” – that would implement a new equity crowdfunding exemption under the federal securities laws. Counsel Michael T…more
On September 18, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed amendments to Item 402 of Regulation S-K. The purpose of the amendments is to implement the chief executive officer pay ratio disclosure requirements…more
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“PPACA”) requires most U.S. employers to provide all current employees with notices about evaluating and purchasing health insurance coverage by October 1, 2013, and to provide…more
On July 10, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted rules that permit general solicitation and advertising in certain offerings of securities conducted pursuant to Rule 506 of Regulation D under the Securities Act…more
April 23, 2013
Following on its recent enforcement action (the “Ranieri Order”) against a private equity fund manager for causing a third-party finder’s failure to register as a broker-dealer, the Securities and Exchange…more
Pryor Cashman Partner Todd E. Soloway, Chairman of the firm’s Real Estate Litigation Group, Partner Joshua D. Bernstein and Associate Jared D. Newman, also members of the firm’s Real Estate Litigation Group, have authored an…more
Ever since Congress enacted the JOBS Act in the spring of 2012, entrepreneurs have been waiting for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to adopt rules that would permit them to raise capital through the use of…more
Pryor Cashman Partner Robert deBrauwere, co-chair of the firm’s Digital Media Group, and Associate Ryan Klarberg have authored the legal update "The Realm of Advertising in 140 Characters or Less: How the FTC Addresses Modern…more
The SEC has consistently opposed the use of unregistered finders to help companies raise money. In a recent pair of cease and desist orders, the SEC has raised the stakes, not only for finders, but also for the companies that…more
The Supreme Court’s latest ruling on the Copyright Act could significantly impact the American copyright industry, and, in turn, have a significant impact on commerce in the United States.
Through this decision, related…more
Marriott International, Inc. v. Eden...
In a major victory not only for the owner of the historic Eden Roc Hotel in Miami Beach, but for hotel owners across the country, Pryor Cashman LLP (on behalf of its client, Eden Roc) successfully argued to a New York appeals…more
Eastland Music Group et al v. Lions...
Pryor Cashman’s district court victory on behalf of its clients, Summit Entertainment, Mandate Pictures and Lions Gate Entertainment in connection with the critically-acclaimed motion picture 50/50, was affirmed by the U.S…more
Gilbert Hyatt v. California Franchise...
Pryor Cashman obtained a significant victory for its client before the Second Department of New York’s Appellate Division and in the process helped to establish new law regarding the rights of parties to challenge out-of-state…more
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has approved amendments to the corporate governance and listing standards of the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market relating to the independence, authority and…more
Pryor Cashman Partner Robert deBrauwere, co-chair of the firm's Digital Media Practice Group, and Partner Jeffrey Johnson and Associate Jill Braibanti, members of the Digital Media Practice, have written an informative legal…more
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