Jeremiah G. Garvey, Co-Chair of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney’s Corporate Section, was recently featured in a Q&A article in Law360.

In the article, Garvey describes the importance of several acts to his practice area as a public company lawyer, including the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Act of 1934.

He continues, “The dramatic changes in law arising from not only Sarbanes-Oxley but Dodd Frank, as well as other regulatory changes, are extremely important in the practice area, as public companies are continually challenged to provide more detail in more granularity related to a number of topics.”

Garvey also explains that technology is continually impacting SEC and public company work.

“I believe that the securities laws will continue to need to evolve to rise to the challenge that technology will continue to create.”

Read the full article – “Q&A with Buchanan Ingersoll’s Jeremy Garvey” (Law360 – April 17, 2013)