Steve Quinlivan, Bryan Pitko, Jaclyn Schroeder Publish Article on Law360
In the article, the authors discuss the Securities Exchange Commission's proposed modifications to accelerated and large accelerated filer definitions, which would allow smaller issuers to be included in these categories. They also discuss SEC Chair Jay Clayton's views on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act as a threshold impacting capital formation, acting as a roadblock for the SEC's proposed changes.
Steve practices primarily in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, REITs, sports law, securities and international transactions. He also has significant experience counseling boards of directors in corporate governance and liability-related issues.
Bryan possesses extensive knowledge of federal securities laws and reporting requirements for public companies, public and private offerings of equity and debt securities, and mergers and acquisitions. Before joining the firm, he was an attorney with the Division of Corporation Finance at the SEC in Washington, DC.
Jaclyn guides clients through entity formation, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, impact investing concepts, financing needs and general business matters. Prior to starting her practice, she worked in nonprofit leadership and charitable gift planning.
Read the full article "Potential Effects of SEC Financial Reporting Proposal."