SEC Reporting & Compliance
SEC financial reporting has long been a challenge for companies due to an ever-changing regulatory landscape. The introduction of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and other regulations limits your external auditors’ ability to assist with SEC reporting and advisory services. If you have found yourself needing assistance with SEC regulatory compliance and financial reporting, the Exemplar SEC reporting and compliance team at Exemplar Law is here to help.
The SEC reporting and compliance practice at Exemplar Law advises public and private companies, management, boards of directors and board committees on a full range of matters involving securities offerings and compliance and disclosure matters under the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Dodd-Frank Act, as well as the related SEC rules and the listing standards of the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ Stock Market and other stock markets.
We have extensive, practical experience in advising public companies in securities law compliance, stock exchange rule compliance, disclosure responsibilities and SEC reporting and compliance obligations, and corporate governance matters. Our clients include large-cap, mid-cap, and small-cap public companies in a variety of industries, including technology, life sciences, healthcare, transportation, consumer goods, financial services, and real estate. Our exposure to a diverse group of companies and industries allows us to share emerging market practices and areas of heightened regulatory scrutiny.
Reduce Legal Spend with No Hourly Bill.
Getting good legal advice for your business shouldn’t be painful. Exemplar’s Intellectual Property attorneys are here to help your business thrive. That means taking the time to get to know you and your business, to understand your unique circumstances, challenges and goals. Exemplars unique structure allows our attorneys to provide relationships as a service, with only value-based pricing and no hourly billing.
Value-based pricing is transforming the legal industry. With value based pricing, the goal is to pay less for the effort and more for the results. When implemented properly, it promotes the following:
- reduces total legal spend
- increases predicability of budget
- Reduces billing disputes
- promotes law firm risk-sharing
- improves the productivity of attorneys
Exemplar Companies was one of the first business law firms in American History to abandon the hourly bill over 15 years ago. We prioritize forming genuine relationships with the clients we serve, and genuine relationships don’t happen when you bill by the hour.
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