The Sarbanes-Oxley Deskbook, Volume 1

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Practising Law Institute, 2003 - Law - 2995 pages
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Called "the bible for securities lawyers" by FORTUNE MAGAZINE!The new Sarbanes-Oxley Deskbook is todays most comprehensive and current one-stop guide to the far-reaching public company governance, disclosure, and reporting reforms triggered by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and related SEC, NYSE, and NASD initiatives.Designed to help attorneys, directors, officers, accountants, auditors, and research analysts, The Sarbanes-Oxley Deskbook offers you a uniquely clear understanding of these daunting new requirements and the procedures you must implement to ensure full, problem-free compliance. Covering strict CEO/CFO certification standards, expanded prohibitions on non-audit services, new bans on loans to insiders, new attorney up-the-ladder disclosure requirements, and other mandates, the Deskbook offers you: . Clause-by-clause analysis of the SOA and related rules - with expert commentary on how to proceed in the wake (or absence) of official guidance. Step-by-step direction on how to satisfy all new governance, disclosure, and reporting standards - with the help of checklists and sample forms and committee charters. Clear warnings about the tougher new civil and criminal penalties for SOA-related violations

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Mr. Bostelman is a leading expert on Sarbanes-Oxley who also authored The Sarbanes-Oxley Deskbook (PLI), and has spoken for numerous organizations including PLI and commitees of the American Bar Association. He serves as Chair of the Securities Registration Subcommittee of the ABA Committee on Federal Regulation of Securities. Mr. Bostelman Graduated Yale University(B.A. 1975)and Columbia University Law School(J.D.1979)

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