The SEC is Back! What the Latest Changes at the SEC Mean for You and Your Company

5/19/2009

Corporate, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, Internal Investigations, Securities Litigation, Securities Enforcement, and White-Collar Defense

Morrison & Foerster LLP
1650 Tysons Boulevard, Suite 400
McLean, VA

Lawrence R. Bard

Lawrence R. Bard

Seminar

In light of the current SEC environment arising from changes in the agency’s leadership, Morrison & Foerster, Deloitte and Bowne have brought together an expert panel to discuss all the SEC initiatives you and your business will need to stay on top of, including:

• SEC Enforcement Priorities
• Say on Pay, Access to the Proxy, and Other Governance Reforms
• Executive Compensation Initiatives
• Developments in Public Disclosure and Accounting Requirements
• Enhanced Use of Technology
• The Review Agenda of the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance
• Legislative Developments
• The Future of the SEC After Regulatory Reform

This seminar is designed for General Counsel, CXOs, public company financial executives, and board members. Registration is complimentary.

Speakers:
David Lynn, Partner, Morrison & Foerster and former Chief Counsel, Division of Corporate Finance at the SEC
Adam Hoffinger, Partner, Morrison & Foerster and former Assistant U. S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York
Larry Bard, Partner, Morrison & Foerster
Howard Scheck, Partner, Deloitte and former Branch Chief, Division of Enforcement at the SEC
Nancy Johnson, Senior Vice President, Bowne & Co., Inc.

Virginia CLE credit is pending for this event.

 

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