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Securities and Exchange Commission Provides COVID-19 Relief

| March 24, 2020 | Articles, News

By Dave Thayer The SEC recently issued orders (Release No. IA-5469 and Release No. 34-88318) providing conditional regulatory relief and assistance to reporting companies impacted by the COVID-19. If certain conditions are met, the order provides companies an additional 45 days to file certain Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 (the “Exchange Act”) reports otherwise… Read more »

Winning in Arbitration: From Agreement to Trial

| January 02, 2020 | Articles

Nicole Westbrook takes aim at several provisions in arbitration that can undermine what is commonly touted as a quicker, cheaper and less complicated alternative to taking a case to court. This Bloomberg Law article reviews these common defenses, waivers and rules of engagement that, when used prudently, can reduce cost and liabilities in arbitration.

Estate Planning with Directed Trusts under the Colorado Uniform Directed Trust Act

| December 09, 2019 | Articles

A directed trust allows trust settlors to involve family members in the administration of a trust and use professionals to comply with fiduciary duties and manage complex assets, providing independent judgment with respect to discretionary distribution decisions. Read more about directed trusts in this article, originally published in Colorado Lawyer. By Jeffrey B. Kadavy and Dylan H Metzner.