PLI's Guide to the SEC's Executive Compensation and Related Party Transaction Disclosure Rules

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Practicing Law Institute, 2007 - Law - 104 pages
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SEC Chairman Christopher Cox said that "no issue in the 72 years of the commission's history has generated such interest" as its sweeping new executive compensation and related party disclosure rules.Now there's an effective and highly affordable way for you to satisfy these intricate new amendments and avoid increased liability - PLI's Guide to the SEC's Executive Compensation and Related Party Transaction Disclosure Rules.Detailing the 13 steps you should be taking right now to comply with these challenging new rules, PLI's Guide to the SEC's Executive Compensation and Related Party Transaction Disclosure Rules is the clear, quick, and cost-effective way to address the most comprehensive revisions to these rules since 1992.

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Contents

The 2006 Executive Compensation Disclosure Rules
19
The 2006 Related Party Transactions Disclosure Requirements
73
Revised Corporate Governance Disclosure
88
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About the author (2007)

Gary Brown, former chief ranger at Yellowstone, Denali, & Rocky Mountain national parks, is a private bear-management consultant & is the author of "The Great Bear Almanac" & "Safe Travel in Bear Country." He lives in Bozeman, Montana.

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