This article looks at the new SEC rules and what that means for U.S. public companies.
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In this edition of Commercial Disputes Weekly, we discuss decisions on the duty of care of a building designer, a charterer's obligation to pay for underwater cleaning, interpretation of a notice period and the interplay of a court disclosure order and German data protection laws.
This article discusses what you need to know about the Corporate Transparency Act, effective January 1, 2024.