Craig Tzvi Gherman outlines the SEC’s new limitation on its non-public review policy for non-U.S. issuer registrations…more
In November, the Securities and Exchange Commission approved new rules (the “New Reverse Merger Rules”) that make it more difficult for companies that have effected a “reverse merger” (also known as a “reverse takeover”) to go…more
When buying renewable energy credits (RECs), purchasers should make sure to negotiate a short but critical set of REC-focused representations and warranties. These representations and warranties are promises regarding the REC…more
Meira Ferziger outlines employer strategies for managing employee use of social media in light of recently issued legal standards…more
Louis Barr, head of the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Practice at Schwell Wimpfheimer & Associates LLP gives an overview of the new dates set for new ERISA disclosure rules by the U.S. Department of Labor's Employee…more
An outline of the obligations of New York employers under the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act (“WTPA”), which became effective on April 9, 2011…more
With the increasingly significant role that electronic communications such as email and text messages play in the work place, employers often face the question of whether they have the right to monitor these communications, or…more
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