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Compensation legislation focuses on workers

There soon may be a new metric for measuring executives’ compensation: how their pay compares to their employees’. The Securities and Exchange Commission is developing standards that would force companies to disclose not just how much executives earn, but how much their average worker makes.

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Discovery rule change examined in survey

The Federal Judicial Center recently issued the results of an extensive survey of federal judges and defense attorneys regarding the need for amending discovery provisions in Rule 16 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure.

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ABA recommends changes to federal lobbying laws

A Task Force on Federal Lobbying Laws is recommending changes to federal lobbying laws that would broaden disclosure required by those involved in lobbying campaigns, address fundraising participation by lobbyists and strengthen ...

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Goldman fined $650,000 for disclosure lapse

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Industry regulators have fined Goldman Sachs $650,000 for failing to disclose that two of its brokers, including the executive accused of leading the mortgage securities deal that brought civil fraud charges against the firm, were under investigation by the government.

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Election Law: National Organization for Marriage Inc. v. Walsh

U.S. District Court, Western District of New York Election Law Free Speech — Disclosure National Organization for Marriage Inc. v. Walsh 10-CV-751 Judge Arcara Background: According to the plaintiff’s amended complaint, it is a tax-exempt 501(c)(4) organization founded in 2007 ...

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