April 23, 2015
SEC comment letters issued in response to financial disclosures relate to a wide variety of topics, but they all have one thing in common: They have the potential to disrupt normal business operations. In best-case scenarios, a comment letter only requires a response. In moderate scenarios, they may require lengthy back-and-forth exchanges between the manufacturer and the SEC or extensive legwork on the part of company personnel to gather additional information.
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