SEC Revives Claw Back Rule for Executive Compensation

SEC Revives Claw Back Rule for Executive Compensation

Securities and Exchange Commission voted on October 14, 2021 to bring back an unfinished rule from 2015[1] relating to executive compensation. The rule requires U.S. listed companies to have a plan in place to claw back executive compensation in the event the company...
Elon Musk’s Tweets and Popular Cryptocurrencies

Elon Musk’s Tweets and Popular Cryptocurrencies

Back in 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission settled a securities fraud charge with Tesla and Elon Musk. The charge arose as a result of a Musk tweet that he had secured funding to take Tesla private, causing Tesla’s stock price to soar. The settlement...
The Curious Case of Corporate Waste

The Curious Case of Corporate Waste

Private jets, million-dollar compensations and bonuses during COVID-19? When does corporate waste get of hand and becomes actionable? Corporate waste is when exchange is “so one sided that no business person of ordinary, sound judgment could conclude that the...