|SEC to Require Companies to Disclose Global Warming Risks||January 29, 2010||Seth D. Jaffe||Business Alert|
|Securities and Exchange Commission Publishes Its Interpretive Release on Climate Change Related Disclosures||February 5, 2010||Seth D. Jaffe||Business Alert|
|Supreme Court Decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission Changes the Landscape for Corporate Funding of Election Communications||February 19, 2010||Dean Richlin, Paul T. Kim, Tad Heuer, Zachary Gerson||Business Alert|
|SEC Adopts Enhanced Proxy Statement Disclosures Focusing on Compensation and Governance||March 3, 2010||Business Alert|
|The Dodd-Frank Act: Non-Binding “Say-on-Pay” at Public Companies||July 23, 2010||Business Alert|
|Delaware Enacts Benefit Corporation Legislation||July 23, 2013||Business Alert|
|Delaware Corporation Law Amended to Eliminate Need for Stockholder Approval of Back-End Merger following Successful Tender Offer||August 1, 2013||Peter M. Rosenblum, Gabrielle A. Bernstein||Business Alert|
|New Federal Exemption for Securities Crowdfunding Takes Effect on May 16||May 13, 2016||John D. Hancock||Business Alert|
|Potential Legal Implications Arising from "Brexit"||July 29, 2016||Christina G. Hioureas, Catherine Muyl||Business Alert|
|WARN Act Damages Not Subject to Massachusetts Wage Act||January 9, 2019||Peter M. Rosenblum||Business Alert|
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