Climate disclosure regulations are among the most significant and complex challenges faced by companies and boards, with a variety of requirements emanating this year from numerous governmental authorities and non-governmental organizations. This Mayer Brown white paper offers a thumbnail sketch of key features and differences of a dozen authorities, followed by considerations for boards concerning

Your issuer client is contemplating a non-deal road show and thinking about the information it can share with a select group of investors.  You know that this raises a number of issues and want a refresher.  Time to read our What’s the Deal? publication, Regulation FD!  Regulation FD requires timely public disclosure of material information

We just published a new edition of Corporate Finance and the Securities Laws. This is the seventh edition.  A new edition provides an opportunity to go through the whole book and evaluate the organization of it, whether there is material that is outdated and needs refreshing (beyond that undertaken in connection with regular annual updates)

In this MB Microtalk video, Mayer Brown’s Andrew Noreuil discusses the recent final amendments to certain beneficial ownership rules under the Exchange Act, and the impact of those changes on the reporting of beneficial ownership on Schedules 13D and 13G.

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This practice note examines some of the common issues and comments that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) staff may raise in its review of registration statements filed for initial public offerings (IPOs). The note provides guidance on how to prepare the prospectus and respond to SEC staff comments, with a focus on topics

This practice note discusses drafting considerations for an indenture governing debt securities issued in a Rule 144A/Regulation S transaction, with a focus on covenants and transfer restrictions. An indenture is a contract between an issuer of securities and a trustee that defines the terms of the debt securities and the duties of each party. The