We have just posted the transcript for our recent webcast: “The NYSE Speaks ’13: Latest Developments and Interpretations.”
Lots on the SEC’s Reg D Rulemaking
In addition to the loads of memos posted in our “Regulation D” Practice Area, we have this upcoming webcast during which WilmerHale’s Meredith Cross, Morrison & Foerster’s Dave Lynn, Calfee’s John Jenkins, Western Reserve Partners’ Dave Mariano and SecondMarket’s Annemarie Tierney will analyze the SEC’s new rules and predict how market practice will be developing in their wake.
And here are some recent blogs weighing in:
– Keith Bishop’s “Advertising Securities With Celebrity Endorsers”
– Keith Bishop’s “Advertising Securities As Safe – A “No, No” In California”
– Keith Bishop’s “With General Solicitations Soon To Be Permitted, It’s Time To Recall The Commissioner’s Advertising Rules”
– Steve Quinlivan’s “Law Firm Verification of Accredited Investor Status”
– Gustav Schmidt’s “Removal of ban on general solicitation and advertising won’t be a license for issuers to say anything they want”
– Steve Quinlivan’s “Lawmakers Claim SEC Proposals Are Contrary to JOBS Act”
Meanwhile, Reps. McHenry and Garrett have sent this letter to the SEC with a number of questions including requesting that the SEC clarify that companies can rely on new Rule 506(c) following the September effective date without having to comply with the SEC’s new proposals.
The Director’s Perspective
In this podcast, long-time director Betsy Atkins talks about being a director – pulling gems from her recent book “Behind Boardroom Doors: Lessons from a Corporate Director,” including:
– What are your views on CEO succession?
– How about director succession?
– What can a director do when a colleague goes rogue?
– What is the best advice you ever gave a board?
– Broc Romanek