SEC Reporting & Disclosure Matters
ILG attorneys have assisted issuers with their ongoing public reporting and disclosure obligations under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and applicable stock exchange rules. We have counseled numerous public companies, ranging from FORTUNE 1,000 businesses to microcap and middle market issuers, in fulfilling their reporting and disclosure responsibilities under the federal securities laws. We have a thorough understanding of the regulatory framework, including the SEC’s rapidly changing reporting requirements, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and the listing standards of the stock exchanges, and keep pace with the demands of increasingly active investors. In addition to helping clients comply with their Exchange Act periodic reporting obligations, we are experienced in helping public companies manage disclosure of difficult matters, such as restatements, internal and SEC investigations and adverse business developments.
We also have experience in preparing proxy materials and handling annual or special meetings of stockholders, including the handling of disgruntled stockholders.
Additionally, ILG attorneys have handled matters affecting the continued listing or de-listing on a variety of securities exchanges, and advised companies on how best to maintain the continued listing of their stock.