Frequently Asked Questions
We have had a groundswell of interest for the "New Rule 144: Everything You Need to Know ? And Do NOW" Conference. Below are some frequently asked questions:
No. You can only receive the member discount if you are a member (remember, it has to be a 2008 member). However, you might be at a company/firm that has a Single Office Location or Firmwide license that enables you to get the special rate.
In other words, if you work in an office that is covered by either a Single Office Location or Firmwide license to TheCorporateCounsel.net ? you are eligible for the member discount. However, if someone in your office has a single membership and you don't ? you need to become a member yourself to receive the member discount.
If you are uncertain as to whether you are a member of TheCorporateCounsel.net, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can let you know.
Here are our Conference rates. Note that we have priced this Conference to encourage the largest possible attendance. It's not too late to become a member of TheCorporateCounsel.net or a subscriber to The Corporate Counsel to qualify for the reduced member rates.
If you need any assistance, please contact us at email@example.com or 925.685.5111 (note this is a West Coast phone number, operative between 8 am ? 4 pm West Coast time).
With the stakes so high now for those involved with insider transactions, many companies and law firms are taking advantage of the Firmwide no-risk trial - so that all your staff can access the many resources on TheCorporateCounsel.net and The Corporate Counsel. (Even if you have an existing membership to TheCorporateCounsel.net, you can upgrade to a Firmwide license and enable all your staff to access this crucial program; you will receive a credit for any money you have already paid).
Here's what you'll need to watch the video:
If you register for the Conference, you will have access to the video archives of the Conference until December 31, 2008.
We will be archiving every single minute of the Conference ? so you can go back and watch the Conference at any time until December 31, 2008.
Sure. But we believe that nearly all members of TheCorporateCounsel.net and subscribers of The Corporate Counsel will decide to attend the Conference.
You should note that this Conference is priced so that it's cheaper than any other comparable conference rate we can find because we value your membership!
To get the best rate, you should be both a member of TheCorporateCounsel.net and a subscriber of The Corporate Counsel (you will need to renew for 2008; the reduced rates are for 2008 members and subscribers). However, if you are just a member of the TheCorporateCounsel.net, there is a different member rate available for you.
To make it easy, your organization would use the same ID/password you currently use for TheCorporateCounsel.net (if you have one) so in a sense, your company/firm would ?piggyback? on the ID/password you already have. This alleviates administrative headaches involved with juggling multiple IDs and passwords.
No. However, a video archive of each panel will be available - something not available for most other conferences.
Yes, you can post your questions on the special "Rule 144 Q&A Forum" of TheCorporateCounsel.net at any time. In the alternative, you can e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
However, due to limited available time, the panelists will not be able to answer questions during the Conference. But they will be helping to answer questions posted in the Q&A Forum.
Due to the busy proxy season for most people, we have decided to make this Conference available only by nationwide video webcast ? this will cut down on travel time (and costs) for those immersed in the proxy season.
Full refunds are available if you notify us before January 1st. After January 1st, there will be no refunds permitted. Remember - you will need to renew for 2008; the reduced Conference rates are for 2008 members and subscribers.