State Law Disclosure Requirements

Krueger, Karen G.; Silk, David M.
January 2003
Venulex Legal Summaries;2003 Q1, p1
The article reports on requirements for state law disclosure in California. Due to the enactment of the Sarbanes-Oxley Law, California has also enacted its own reform legislation. The legislation states that all corporations incorporated in the state and all companies registered to do business in California should file a number of information including compensation received by executives. The legislation in California covers both private and public companies.


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