10/3 Pro Bono Small Business Boot Camp 12-3 PM, Francis Auditorium.
Dues: We are still collecting dues dues Mondays from 12-2 in the SBA office, Tuesdays from 1-3pm on the 3rd floor of the library (by the computers/printers), and Randy or Auri will be in the Entrepreneurship & Community Development Clinic on Thursdays from 12-3pm. Dues are $30/yr and we can take cash or checks made out to “The University of Texas.” We cannot guarantee change so if you are paying cash please plan accordingly.
Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Team New Deadlines.
TERM OF THE WEEK
SEC FILINGS – An SEC filing is a financial statement or other formal document submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Public companies, certain insiders, and broker-dealers are required to make regular SEC filings. Investors and financial professionals rely on these filings for information about companies they are evaluating for investment purposes. Private companies seeking to raise funds have to file certain exemptions to SEC filings.
5 THINGS TO KNOW THIS WEEK
2. FIVE PEOPLE TO WATCH AT THE AIG TRIAL
A cast of characters from the height of the financial crisis is set to return as a trial begins this week in a shareholder suit over the U.S. government’s rescue of insurer American International Group.
The shareholders allege the government violated their constitutional rights by failing to provide just compensation when it took control of AIG. The government denies wrongdoing. Key figures poised to take the stand:
Colorado’s former governor on a big issue he says both sides overlook in the climate-change debate.
4. Revenue at Biggest 100 Law Firms Rose 4.3% in 2013
A surge of corporate mergers and acquisitions, coupled with consolidation among law firms, helped the largest 100 law firms globally to post record earnings last year,according to The American Lawyer.
5. U.S. judge holds Argentina in contempt over bond payment plan