2 responses to “Guest Column: Commission Alleges Violation of SOX 304”

  1. […] to dismiss the SEC’s high-profile case against him. As previously discussed here and in this guest column by Nader H. Salehi and Elizabeth A. Marino of Bingham McCutchen LLP, the SEC charged Jenkins with […]

  2. […] financial statements or other disclosures. Rather, Beazer said that as in the recent Section 304 case against Maynard Jenkins, the staff has taken the position that it need not allege misconduct by a CEO to maintain such an […]