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The Tide Has Turned: The SEC's Renewed Focus on Non-GAAP Financial Measures
Bradley C. (Brad) Brasser,Robert T. (Bob) Clarkson,Charles T. (Charlie) Haag,Linda A. Hesse,Rory T. Hood, June 13, 2016
For some time, the Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC, took a noticeably hands-off approach toward the use of non-GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) financial measures by public companies listed in the United States. However, recent developments have signaled a renewed focus on...
The Sapin II Bill: A Potential Game-Changer in French Corruption Enforcement
Jeremy Attali,Benedicte Graulle,Robert F. Mayo,Glyn Powell,Sion Richards, June 2, 2016
"In the fight against corruption, France cannot just satisfy itself with the existing situation." This statement, made by French Minister of Finance Michel Sapin in July 2015, accompanied draft legislation known as the "Sapin II Bill." Named by reference to the "Sapin I...
Overview of European Trade Mark Law Reforms
Emmanuel G. Baud,Indradeep Bhattacharya,Marc F-X Groebl,Jakob Guhn,Rebecca Swindells, April 19, 2016
Following the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law's "Study on the Overall Functioning of the European Trade Mark System" and the adoption of its recommendation by the European Commission (see our Commentary from August 2013), the European Parliament approved...
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