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GameStop Mania May Trigger SEC Regulation

The headlines at the beginning of this year touting the ever-expanding list of GameStop paper millionaires—Redditors and its WallStreetBets group and others following in their footsteps, who bought the stock well before its meteoric rise to a record closing price of $483 per share—were soon replaced by cautionary tales of millennials who lost it all. Yes, these market players (many young and less than sophisticated investors leveraging the power of the commission-free Robinhood stock trading app) were riding high, at least temporarily, while sticking it to the hedge funds and big time institutional investors that are the subject of their collective ire. (Read More)

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Corporate Risk Disclosures in the Wake of the 2020 Election

With the recent changing of the guard in Washington, D.C., and coinciding with annual reporting and proxy season, comes the need for public companies across industries to reassess their risk disclosures—whether included in their registration statements for selling securities or SEC periodic reporting requirements. (Read More)

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Read the Fine Print: Congress Imposes New Reporting Requirements Upon Certain U.S. Business Entities

Despite veto drama, the William (Mac) Thornberry National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 (NDAA) was enacted into law, and deep within its 1480 pages is a title—coined the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA)—that establishes new and more stringent reporting requirements. This represents but a small set of robust changes to U.S. anti-money laundering legislation that is part of the NDAA. (Read More)