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Securities Law Blog

The Securities Law Blog provides commentary and news on the latest securities law developments impacting established and emerging growth publicly-traded issuers and investment banks, as well as entrepreneurs and venture-backed private entities. Our blog closely follows SEC rulemaking in several key areas including public and private securities offerings, shareholder activism and equity investment, and mergers & acquisitions.

The authors of this blog are members of the Corporate/Securities practice of Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP.  Since our founding, this firm has been distinguished by responsive, independent and client-focused legal services provided by lawyers with a profound commitment to the companies they serve. This blog is an outgrowth of this representation of our clients in a wide range of capital market transactions.

Showing 3 posts from January 2016.

Olshan to Sponsor 2016 Disruptive Growth & Healthcare Conference

The 2016 Disruptive Growth & Healthcare Conference will be held Wednesday, February 10 and Thursday, February 11 at Convene, 730 Third Avenue, New York City. Read More ›

SEC Approves Two New Rules to Make Public Offerings More Efficient

The SEC embraces regulatory simplification mandated by the FAST Act with two new rules that address the timing and cost challenges faced by smaller publicly traded companies. Read More ›

Delaware Chancery Court Confirms Right of Stockholders to Remove Directors Without Cause in the Recent In re Vaalco Ruling

This blog post discusses the recent In re Vaalco case where the Delaware Chancery Court confirmed that, subject to certain enumerated exceptions, Section 141(k) of the Delaware General Corporation Law provides stockholders with the right to remove directors with or without cause despite contradictory language in a corporation's charter. The ruling may directly impact several companies with similar language in their governing documents and provides further clarity on this important issue for stockholders who may wish to effect change between annual meetings. Read More ›

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