2017 SEC Reporting Rules Books
Saul Ewing securities attorneys Justin B. Ettelson, Michael A. Gold, James F. Modzelewski and Jocelyn S. Young have co-edited the 2017 edition of SEC Reporting Rules books.*
For those responsible for filing reports with the SEC for public companies, the 2017 SEC Reporting Rules books are particularly valuable because they present the rules in one place in a user-friendly format. The books interweave Regulation S-K or the proxy rules, as applicable, with the text of the disclosure form, thus eliminating having to use multiple sources to get the full disclosure requirements for a particular issue. These books are a useful tool for all professionals who work in this area and must keep abreast of the ever exploding SEC disclosure rules.
The books include the 2017 SEC Reporting Rules for Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K and 2017 SEC Reporting Rules for Proxy Statements, which are intended for use by most public companies.
- 2017 SEC Reporting Rules for Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8K and SD
- 2017 SEC Reporting rules for Proxy Statements
* Please be advised that the 2017 SEC Reporting Rules books are current as of December 31, 2016.