Employment Obligations - How The Corporate Accountability Law Will Impact Employment Practices 

August, 2002 - Terry S Boone

Most of the attention about the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (Act), signed into law by President Bush on July 30, 2002, has been focused on the reform of public accounting firms and the financial reporting obligations of publicly held companies. However, the Act has other provisions that potentially impact a much broader range of employers.



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