The SEC is pursuing action against SPAC and Insiders for misleading investors – corporate / commercial law


United States: The SEC is pursuing action against SPAC and insiders for misleading investors

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In this American Bar Association (ABA) Business Section article, Mayer Brown’s partner Anna Pinedo and associate John Ablan discuss the SEC’s charges against a special purpose vehicle (SPAC) related to false claims made to investors. The article also discusses the SEC’s proposed focus on the expectations and standards that SPACs should be adhered to during the public offering process.

Read the full ABA Business Section article to learn more.

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