Are Companies Required To Inform Stockholders Of Their Involvement In A Lawsuit?
Companies are only required to report legal proceedings in their registration statement, quarterly report, and annual report. They do not have to make special reports concerning litigation that is considered routine to their business. They must do so for mergers or acquisitions.
Additional Arbitration FAQs
- What Is Arbitration?
- What Is Mediation?
- Can I Get Information Concerning The SEC's Ongoing Investigation Of A Public Company?
- Why Use Arbitration Instead Of Going To Court ("litigation")?
- How Do We Get To Mediation?
- Is It Possible To Obtain The Results Of An Sec Investigation?
- How Do You Apply For Arbitration?
- How Much Time Is Required To Schedule A Mediation?
- Is It Possible To Find Out If There Have Been Complaints Filed With The SEC About A Particular Company?
- What Is "Med-Arb" And Why Use It?
- Who Starts First In Mediation?
- What is the difference between court and arbitration?
- Are There Different Forms Of Arbitration? What Are The Differences?
- Who Keeps Things Under Control?
- Who Decides Whether The Case Is Litigated In Court Or Arbitration?
- How Does The Arbitration Process Generally Work?
- What Happens When An Agreement Is Made In Mediation?
- How Does Arbitration Work?
- Are The Arbitration Proceedings Completely Confidential?
- Is Mediation Voluntary?
- Who Conducts The Arbitration Proceedings?
- How Is The Arbitrator Selected For The Proceeding?
- Do I Need An Attorney For Mediation? Who Else Should Attend?
- Is A Lawyer Required For Arbitration?
- What Is The Aaa?
- Can You Choose Your Own Arbitrator Instead Of Going To The Aaa?
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