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Blackout Period Notice Regulations (PDF)
Eversheds SutherlandLink to more items from this source
Oct. 24, 2002

5 pages. Excerpt: The regulations specify how to calculate the 30-day notice period: the 30-day period generally is determined by counting calendar days-- not business days-- back from the last date on which the participant could take action prior to the blackout period. The preamble to the regulations provides the following example to illustrate this rule[.]

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