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- “Quick and Painless Job Stimulus: Knock the Chill off Small Businesses”
Small Businesses are very important to our economy. Easing their burden will certainly help economic growth. Current Rules of DTCC that provide remedies for SBs, supposedly enforced by the SEC, are not enforced, and this is having an immediate impact on SBs everywhere. This article points out these flaws and appeals for simple enforcement of existing rules so that SBs will not continue to be hamstrung or destroyed in the marketplace.
- How Have Past Tobacco Lawsuits Impacted Outcomes for Plaintiffs Today?
Tobacco litigation in the United States has been going on since the 1950s when the first reports were released linking tobacco to injurious health consequences, such as cancer, explains a lawyer. Although the first big win for plaintiffs came in the California case Henley v. Philip Morris, battles continue to rage on regarding what tobacco companies’ obligations are to smokers personally and to the public at large.
- Michigan Liquor License
Liquor laws in Michigan are among the most complex out of all of the United States. Being able to navigate these laws efficiently yet with care requires both knowledge and experience. If you are looking into acquiring a liquor license, there are a number of things you should know before you begin the process.
- The Frankfurt Stock Exchange for Indian Issuers
Indian companies are accessing the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (“FSE”) and other foreign capital markets in search of capital and liquidity for their shares. The Entry Standard of the FSE is an appealing option for Indian issuers seeking an access point to European capital markets. By Brenda Lee Hamilton, Attorney
- Deutsche Börse AG Suspends New Listings on the Open
On December 20, 2011, Deutsche Börse AG suspended new listings for the First Quotation Board due to fraud and new cases of suspected market manipulation among several shares listed in the First Quotation Board. Deutsche Börse AG stated, “prosecution according to criminal law and supervisory legislation only seems to have a limited deterrent effect. By Brenda Lee Hamilton
- Could Better FDA Regulation of Cosmetics have Prevented Consumer Exposure to Formaldehyde?
Studies in Oregon and California recently revealed that consumers have unwittingly been exposed to the chemical formaldehyde and its personally injurious health effects, explains a lawyer. Although marketed as “formaldehyde free,” a popular hair-straightening product contained amounts of the chemical in excess of the 2.0 percent considered safe by the Cosmetics Ingredient Review Expert Panel.
- Private Placements 101
Regulation D, Rule 506 Offerings - To offer and sell securities in the United States, an issuer must comply with the registration requirements of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), or must offer and sell the securities pursuant to an exemption from the registration statement requirements.
- Regulatory Compliance for a Medical Practice
In this article, I give you a quick overview of the major regulatory compliance areas for physicians and medical practices, namely: Referral Laws -- Anti-Kickback and Stark Self-Referrals; Billing Medicare and Other Payers; HIPAA; and Supervision of Staff.
- California AB 32 Cap and Trade Law and Foreign Offset Credit Programs under Air Resources Board Regulations
Foreign Carbon Offsets under California’s AB 32 Cap and Trade Law by Memorandum of Understanding with Developing Countries and Least Developed Countries under Proposed Regulations from California's Air Resources Board.
- Section 8 Vouchers and the Tea Party
The potential affect of Tea Party influence on the Federal Section 8 Voucher Program as pertaining to New York City multi-family housing.