The United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission regulates the offer and sale of foreign futures and options contracts to customers in the United States. Part 30 of rules of the Commission requires that sellers of such contracts must register with the Commission or seek an exemption from registration and that any seller, whether or not registered, must not engage in fraudulent activities.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is responsible under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 for promoting a safe workplace by setting standards and conducting inspections. The Act applies to almost all employers.
The duty of care requires directors to act in good faith and in a manner that they reasonably believe is in the best interest of the corporation. Directors must exercise informed business judgment and be attentive to the corporation’s affairs. In order to do so, directors are required to keep themselves informed of all material information that is reasonably available to them before making a business decision. Directors also must use care when performing their duties.
(The Private Offering Exemption From SEC Registration Requirements)
WASTE OF CORPORATE ASSETS