1934 Act” is the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.  In general, the 1934 Act applies to all Public Companies in the U.S., and all Public Companies are subject to ongoing and periodic reporting requirements pursuant to the 1934 Act.  For example, all Public Companies must file with the SEC current reports (typically on Form 8-K), quarterly reports (typically on Form 10-Q) and annual reports (typically on Form 10-K), and various other disclosures on various other forms, all pursuant to the 1934 Act.