This Lexis Practice Advisor® market trends article identifies comprehensive disclosures related to cybersecurity risks, including discussions about the potential reputational, financial, or operational harm resulting from cybersecurity breaches; the potential associated litigation or regulatory costs; and their policies and procedures addressing cybersecurity incidents, and concludes with practical advice on preparing the required disclosures regarding cybersecurity

On October 31, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) adopted new property disclosure requirements for mining company registrants. The new rules, codified in Subpart 1300 of Regulation S-K, aim to replace the SEC’s thirty-year-old Industry Guide 7 by providing investors with a more comprehensive disclosure of a public company’s mining properties. Changes include:

On April 3, 2019, Sen. Elizabeth Warren introduced a new bill entitled the Corporate Executive Accountability Act that would allow negligent executive officers to be prosecuted for a corporation’s wrongdoings. According to the proposed bill, an executive officer of any corporation with more than $1 billion annual revenue, who negligently permits or fails to prevent