A Busy Summer: Breaking Down the SEC’s Recent Rule Changes

Kathy Jaffari and Paul Hallgren discuss the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) proposed rule on climate disclosures and analyze its recent changes in The Legal Intelligencer.

The article addresses how an electronic filing system would create a more comprehensive framework and allow the SEC to update its rules. One change under the new rule requires that certain documents are electronically filed or submitted through the SEC’s EDGAR system.

Kathy and Paul explain the recently adopted amendments to proxy voting advice rules and the SEC’s proposed rules that would amend “certain substantive bases for exclusion of shareholder proposals under Rule 14a-8 of the Exchange Act.”

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