From the WSJ Law Blog:
“…firms looking to maximize the use of space in their pricey digs are doing things that in past decades would have been unthinkable. As in:
- Shrinking lawyer offices
- Giving all lawyers the same-sized office (gasp) regardless of seniority
- Moving some offices away from the windows and into the building core (where secretaries and file cabinets used to sit).”
See also: “There are now far more capable lawyers and law firms than there is work for them to do”
The Financial Services Authority, in its guise as the UK Listing Authority, has published the second issue of its “Primary Market Bulletin”.
The PMB has replaced the UKLA’s “List!” publication in providing guidance to Main Market issuers and their advisers on the application of the Prospectus, Listing, and Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
The Securities and Exchange Commission’s 13 July 2012 ”Work Plan for the Consideration of Incorporating International Financial Reporting Standards into the Financial Reporting System for U.S. Issuers” is here.