Simpson Thacher discusses SEC Charges against CVS for Misleading Investors Through Materially Misleading Disclosures and Use of Improper Accounting

On April 8, 2014, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) charged CVS Caremark Corp. (“CVS”) with violating the federal securities laws by failing to accurately disclose significant financial setbacks and overstating its financial performance through improper accounting.[1] CVS, which has …

CEOs and Presidents

The following post comes to us from Tom C.W. Lin, Associate Professor of Law at Temple University Beasley School of Law, and is based on his recent article entitled “CEOs and Presidents,” 47 UC Davis Law Review 1351 (2014).  

The Marketplace of Ideas: Should the SEC change the rules on blockholder disclosure?

The CLS Blue Sky Blog presents Part II of the third installment of our series, “The Marketplace of Ideas.” Earlier installments on different topics are available here and hereThe intent is to present different perspectives on the same

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