The Securities Enforcement Empirical Database (SEED) tracks and records information for SEC enforcement actions filed against public companies traded on major U.S. exchanges and their subsidiaries. Created by the NYU Pollack Center for Law & Business in cooperation with Cornerstone Research, SEED facilitates the analysis and reporting of SEC enforcement actions through regular updates of new filings and resolution information for ongoing enforcement actions.
SEED currently covers enforcement actions against public companies traded on major U.S. exchanges and their subsidiaries including information on other entities and individuals involved in the actions or related actions filed beginning October 1, 2009, the start of the SEC's 2010 fiscal year.
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