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Recent Publications


9/26/2016
New FAA Statutes and Rules for Commercial Drone Operations will Benefit Utilities
Authors: Kenneth P. Quinn, Jennifer E. Trock, J. Anthony Terrell, Michael G. Lepre, Roland G. Backhaus, Naresh C. Lall, Chris Leuchten

New FAA rules broadly authorizing commercial drone operations are now in effect and the utility sector stands to benefit significantly. The new rules provide utilities the opportunity to utilize drones to reduce costs and increase worker safety. Additionally, new federal legislation enacted last month may provide a framework for utilities to take advantage of both special privileges and protections related to drone operations in the future.

9/19/2016
New FAQs Clarify Shareholder Approval Rules For Stock-For-Tax Withholding
Authors: Susan P. Serota, Brian M. Wong, Jessica Lutrin

It has been close to a decade since the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) last updated its set of frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding equity compensation plans. On August 18, 2016, the NYSE released updated FAQs and, although the update primarily clarifies certain FAQs and eliminates certain stale FAQs, it does significantly revise an FAQ relating to shareholder approval of share recycling provisions in equity compensation plans. In particular, the updated FAQ permits NYSE-listed companies to amend their equity compensation plans without shareholder approval to reflect the new accounting rules relating to stock-for-tax withholding.

September 2016
Annual EEO Public File Report Deadline for Stations in Alaska, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Missouri, Oregon, Washington, American Samoa, Guam, the Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, Saipan, and the Virgin Islands
Authors: Lauren Lynch Flick, Scott R. Flick

This Broadcast Station Advisory is directed to radio and television stations in Alaska, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Missouri, Oregon, Washington, American Samoa, Guam, the Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, Saipan, and the Virgin Islands, and highlights the upcoming deadlines for compliance with the FCC’s EEO Rule.

September 2016
Biennial Ownership Reports are due by October 3, 2016 for Noncommercial Radio Stations in Iowa and Missouri and Noncommercial Television Stations in Alaska, Florida, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington, American Samoa, Guam, the Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, Saipan, and the Virgin Islands
Authors: Lauren Lynch Flick, Scott R. Flick

The staggered deadlines for noncommercial radio and television stations to file Biennial Ownership Reports remain in effect and are tied to each station’s respective license renewal filing deadline.

9/14/2016
Japan steps into Brexit debate with a message to the UK and the EU
Authors: Anthony P. Raven, Tim Wright

The Japanese government has stepped into the Brexit debate with an unprecedented warning to the EU and the UK, saying that Japanese inbound investment into the UK could be put at risk by Brexit particularly if withdrawal negotiations are carried out behind closed doors over a protracted period.

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