Insights into a Tumultuous Period of Transition following Passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street and Consumer Protection Act, Offered in New White Paper

  Industry Expert Wolters Kluwer Law & Business Publishes
“Securities & Corporate Governance:  2011 Year in Review”

(RIVERWOODS, ILL., February 9, 2012) – Due to the historic changes in 2011 that continue to shape the new Securities landscape, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business has published Securities and Corporate Governance: 2011 Year in Review, a new white paper by Principal Securities Analyst James J. Hamilton, JD, LLM. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business is a leading provider of research information and software solutions in key specialty areas for legal and business professionals (wolterskluwerlb.com).

In the white paper, Hamilton provides insightful perspectives and detailed explanations of the important regulatory decisions driven by the Dodd-Frank Act, including rulemaking on whistleblowers, the Volcker Rule, and credit ratings.  He also explores the “stunning fashion” in which the SEC’s proxy access rule was vacated, as well as the conflicting court opinions on the Commission’s say-on-pay rules, crowdfunding legislation, The Small Company Capital Formation Act, and The Access to Capital for Job Creators Act.

“This is an exciting and tumultuous time in Securities, as the significant changes and notable controversies that filled 2011 will continue to have profound impact and consequences through the coming year,” said Hamilton. “It will be intriguing to see the future interpretations of the Dodd-Frank Act, among others, in 2012.”

For a copy of the white paper, Securities and Corporate Governance: 2011 Year in Review, click here.

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