"The Filing Cabinet," which covers compliance with the Dodd-Frank Act and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, as well as other regulatory action from the Securities and Exchange Commission, executive compensation, and shareholder activism, is written by CW staff writer Joe Mont. Mont welcomes questions, comments, and statements from readers on SEC filing matters and will address them here when appropriate. Readers can contact him at email@example.com.
President Donald Trump has signed legislation repealing controversial rules designed to heighten transparency in the oil and natural gas industry. Jaclyn Jaegerhas more on reaction from the oil and gas industry.
Consumer, environmental and worker advocacy groups joined forces to sue the Trump Administration over an Executive Order that directs federal agencies to repeal two federal regulations for every new rule they issue.
President Donald Trump’s regulatory rollback will include an FSOC review of financial rules and a review of the Labor Department’s “fiduciary duty” rule that could ultimately lead to its demise. Joe Montexplores.
The buzzword for companies adopting proxy access: “consensus.” Companies are increasingly adopting similar approaches, according to a new report by the Council of Institutional Investors. Joe Montreports.
Democrats and Republicans alike are pushing legislation that could greatly affect regulators and regulations. Among the efforts is a Republican-led effort to kill the SEC’s extractive payments rule, writesJoe Mont.
An Executive Order issued on Monday by President Donald J. Trump demands that every new regulation issued by federal agencies must be offset by the elimination of at least two prior ones. Joe Montexplores.
President Donald Trump has named Philip Miscimarra acting chairman of the National Labor Relations Board, the first step in what observers see as a shift back to more management-friendly policies and rulings. Joe Montreports.