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A First: PCAOB Releases a Part II Report for a Big 4 Auditor

A First: PCAOB Releases a Part II Report for a Big 4 Auditor Here's news from Lynn Turner: Yesterday, the PCAOB issued its first ever Part II of an inspection report on a Big 4 audit firm to the public … Continue reading

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First Generation of Sperm Donor-Conceived Children

From the Washington Post: LaBounty is part of the first documented generation of donor-conceived children: those born in the late 1970s to mid-1980s, when sperm banks began to spread in the United States. These children are now adults, and caring… … Continue reading

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Thinking About Joining A Club? You May Want To Consider These Corporations Code Provisions First

In Democracy in America, Alexis de Tocqueville devoted an entire chapter to the propensity of Americans to form associations. In particular, he observed: The Americans make associations to give entertainments, to found seminaries, to build inns, to construct churches, to … Continue reading

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Westbrook on the 100th anniversary of the first "blue sky" law

Amy Westbrook has posted "Blue Skies for 100 Years: Introduction to the Special Issue on Corporate and Blue Sky Law" on SSRN. Here is the abstract: Kansas enacted the first state securities law in the United States on March 10,… … Continue reading

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First HP lawsuit on file

No surprise. The first derivative suit against HP and its board of directors was filed in the Central District of California. Here's the complaint: Espinoza v. Leo Apotheker et al. It was filed on Wednesday – before Apotheker was fired…. … Continue reading

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