The Corporate Counsel and TheCorporateCounsel.net present a critical Video Conference...
Why You Should Attend: Now that the SEC has made the most significant changes to the requirements of Rule 144 since its adoption, you - and every public company, every law firm, every broker, every transfer agent - will need to implement new preventive procedures. Pitfalls will abound. Transactions by your most important clients (and your boss) are impacted. You simply can?t afford to make mistakes regarding the transactions by your top executives and directors!
It is critical to have the best possible guidance for addressing what you now will need to do. This half-day conference will provide the essential - and practical - implementation guidance that you need going forward. Led by the foremost experts ? Jesse Brill, Alan Dye and Bob Barron, with well over a century of Rule 144 experience among them - you will learn how to deal with the new procedures, forms representation letters - and legends - and how to protect yourself (as well as your directors and executive officers) from costly violations when you tackle the new challenges that you will now face.
Check out our Conference Agenda. Like our other blockbuster conferences, an archive of the entire videoconference will be right there at your desktop to refer to - and refresh your memory - when you are actually grappling with a Rule 144 transaction under the new rules. Here are FAQs about the Conference - and here are "Five Good Reasons" why you should register.
Who Should Attend: Every public company, every law firm, every broker, every transfer agent. Any participant in the Rule 144 process ? including lawyers (both in-house and law firms), compliance personnel, brokers, transfer agents, corporate secretaries, administrators, consultants, and HR staff. Every person involved in any aspect of the Rule 144 process needs to attend because the stakes are so high (since all of your executives and directors are impacted).
Where: You can attend the Conference via nationwide live, simultaneous video webcast to desktops and conference rooms.