"The 'Former' Corp Fin Staff Speaks on Proxy Access & Dodd-Frank"

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

2:00 - 3:15 pm, eastern [archive and transcript to follow]

Come hear former Senior Staffers from the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance weigh in on the new proxy access rules plus all the latest from the SEC's Corp Fin on Dodd-Frank related-matters. This webcast will provide guidance on what to do now regarding proxy access, as well as a "bring-down" of what's happening now in Corp Fin - and provide practical guidance about what you should be doing as a result. Join:

  • Brian Breheny, Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
  • Marty Dunn, Partner, O'Melveny & Myers LLP and former Deputy Director, SEC's Division of Corporation Finance
  • John Huber, Partner, Latham & Watkins LLP and former Director, SEC's Division of Corporation Finance
  • Brian Lane, Partner, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP and former Director, SEC's Division of Corporation Finance
  • Dave Lynn, Editor, TheCorporateCounsel.net, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP and former Chief Counsel, SEC's Division of Corporation Finance

Among other topics, this program will cover:

  • What should you be doing now in the wake of the proxy access rules?
  • What are the hot topics for implementing Dodd-Frank going forward? What is the status of Corp Fin's rulemaking projects under the Act?
  • What interps has the SEC Staff made recently? What can we expect going forward?
  • What should you be doing now as a result of Dodd-Frank and its resulting rulemaking?

Cost: As 2010 members of TheCorporateCounsel.net are able to attend this critical webcast at no charge. If not yet a member, try a no-risk trial now. The webcast cost for non-members is $595. You can renew or sign up for a no-risk trial online - or by fax or mail via this order form. If you need assistance, send us an email at info@thecorporatecounsel.net - or call us at 925.685.5111.

How to access the webcast program:  Visit www.TheCorporateCounsel.net and click the link on the webcast. You need either Real Player or Windows Media to listen to the webcast.

What you can do if you can't access the live program: If you have a scheduling conflict or have problems accessing webcasts generally (due to firewalls, etc.), an audio archive of the webcast will be posted immediately after the program - and a text transcript of the program will be posted on TheCorporateCounsel.net about a week after the live webcast. We don't apply for CLE for any of our audio webcasts.