Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 Sets Forth New Corporate Governance, Disclosure and Auditor Requirements Affecting Issuers, Management, Employees, Attorneys, Auditors and Investment Banks

Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 Sets Forth New Corporate Governance, Disclosure and Auditor Requirements Affecting Issuers, Management, Employees, Attorneys, Auditors and Investment Banks


By: Howard B. Adler, Jonathan S. Adler, Kenneth R. Blackman, Donald P. Carleen, Thomas W. Christopher, Stuart H. Gelfond, Barbara S. Gillers, Jean E. Hanson, Valerie Ford Jacob, Robert E. Juceam, Michael A. Levitt, Sheldon Raab, Kenneth I. Rosh, Laraine S. Rothenberg, Mark J. Stein, Joseph A. Stern, David E. Birenbaum, Karl A. Groskaufmanis, David B. Hardison, Dixie L. Johnson, Paul H. Pashkoff, Richard A. Steinwurtzel, David K. Robbins, Edward S. Rosenthal, Daniel J. Bursky, Christopher Kandel, Sanford Krieger, Robert P. Mollen, Timothy E. Peterson, Karen C. Wiedemann, Eric Cafritz
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