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Better Governance and Reporting Under Sarbanes-Oxley: Are we There Yet?

Better Governance and Reporting Under Sarbanes-Oxley: Are we There Yet?

by Rick Turoczy on November 23, 2004

Since its enactment in 2002, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act has led to a deluge of studies, reports, and regulations. Public companies, auditors, regulators, attorneys, and U.S. federal, state and local, and foreign governments have all grappled with its implementation and implications. This article provides an update on where things now stand. It covers many of the recent developments, and identifies still unsettled areas. The article will discuss Sarbanes-Oxley generally, with special attention to the international scope of Sarbanes-Oxley and exceptions for foreign entities, and the tax area. The intent is to provide a general understanding of how Sarbanes-Oxley is shaping business operations, describe the provisions of greatest concern to public companies and their applicability to foreign persons, and give citations to additional guidance.

Better Governance and Reporting Under Sarbanes-Oxley: Are we There Yet?

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